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Management Bulletin 1st April 2020
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Oxfam GB to furlough two-thirds of staff
Oxfam GB to furlough two-thirds of staff
The charity, which employs about 2,100 people in the UK, says that the affected staff, most of whom work in its trading arm, will be sent home until at least 1 June
 
1 CRUK says fundraised income likely to fall by 25% this year
 
2 CAF launches £5m emergency grant fund for small charities
 
3 Government considering package to support sector, Prime Minister says
 
4 Furloughed workers can volunteer but not for their own organisations, government says
 
5 Don't prevent small charities from accessing £10k business grants, government urged
 
6 Morrisons offers to hire 500 charity shop staff whose premises have closed
 
7 Big Society Capital to set up £100m emergency loan fund for charities
 
8 Emergency appeal to raise funds for charities passes £11m in first week
 
9 Directory of Social Change furloughs 70 per cent of staff
 
10 Tributes paid as prominent fundraiser Danielle Atkinson dies aged 46
 
 
Coronavirus updates: Third Sector live blog Keep up to date with all the latest coronavirus-related news affecting the charity sector Coronavirus updates: Third Sector live blog
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8 ways behavioural insights can maximise your digital fundraising Partner Content: Presented By Fat Beehive Many charity fundraisers are unaware of how a few simple changes to the way they communicate with supporters could significantly boost donations. Read this Third Sector Insight expert report, produced in partnership with Fat Beehive, to find out more. 8 ways behavioural insights can maximise your digital fundraising
 
Opinion
Girish Menon: How to lead in a time of crisis
Girish Menon: How to lead in a time of crisis
As leaders we have a responsibility to bring a sense of calm and a semblance of normality to our respective teams in the face of a pandemic
 
Simon Blake: At times like these, making authentic connections is more important than ever As coronavirus causes our workspaces and personal spaces to collide, environments in which we can fully be ourselves are crucial Simon Blake: At times like these, making authentic connections is more important than ever
 
People
Clic Sargent appoints new chief executive Clic Sargent appoints new chief executive
 
Longer Reads
Top tips for remote working
Top tips for remote working
Charities, like other organisations, had little time to prepare for working from home amid the coronavirus escalation. Rebecca Cooney finds out how they can make the most out of the experience
 
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Free online conference to help the charity sector respond to Covid-19 crisis Partner Content: Presented By Salesforce/Fundraising Everywhere The event will take place on the afternoon of 2 April and will cover a variety of themes including raising funds in the current challenging environment Free online conference to help the charity sector respond to Covid-19 crisis
 
Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #15: Coronavirus and #EveryDayCounts
Third Sector Podcast #15: Coronavirus and #EveryDayCounts
Emily Burt and Rebecca Cooney look at the campaign that is asking the government for urgent funds for charities and throw a spotlight on some of the positive stories coming out of the sector amid the crisis
 
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