Small charities are facing a double whammy during these troubled times of the coronavirus pandemic. Not only are their services required more than ever, with domestic abuse, mental health, food charities and many others in ever increasing demand. But funding has fallen off a cliff. With shops only now set to open again, albeit with … Continue reading How can charities bridge the funding gap during coronavirus?
PolicyBee - Small Charities Week. Risk is something that has been forced to the forefront of our minds recently. The coronavirus outbreak has transformed daily activities into actions that can put our health, and our lives, at risk. But while we’re all busy worrying about health risks presented by the pandemic, we shouldn’t lose sight … Continue reading Want to reduce the risk of cyber-attacks? Then upskill your team
PolicyBee - Small Charities Week. The coronavirus outbreak has had a major impact on all of our lives, but the effect it has had on vulnerable people – such as the homeless, survivors of domestic violence and the elderly – has been catastrophic. What’s worse is that the usual lifelines for those people – chiefly provided … Continue reading What does coronavirus mean for charity insurance?
Beth Clarke, CAF Resilience Programme Manager, CAF This Big Advice Day I’ll be leading a workshop on how charities can innovate and become more resilient. It will feature lessons we’ve learnt from our CAF Resilience programme. Read on to find out more about the programme and the workshop I’ll be leading during Small Charity Week. … Continue reading How can charities be more resilient?
Say the word ‘charity’ and it’s often the big players that come to mind first. But did you know that small charities make up 82% of the charity sector? They’re active right across the spectrum of society and make an invaluable contribution to individuals and communities, both in the UK and globally. But according to … Continue reading Celebrating the unsung heroes of the charity sector
Storytelling has always been key to human interaction. Stories engage us, they connect us, and they shape how we make sense of the world. When it comes to fundraising, storytelling is the most powerful way to transform passion into action and connect with the hearts and minds of your supporters. Now more than ever non-profits … Continue reading How to reinvigorate your fundraising strategy with storytelling
A strong corporate-charity partnership is a powerful way to unlock opportunities, form key relationships, attract funding and gain longer-term support for your organisation. Small charities play a distinct and vital role in building stronger communities and addressing some of our most persistent social challenges. That’s why Aviva works to unlock their potential by finding, funding … Continue reading Top Tips to creating effective corporate partnerships
If you decide to change a significant part of your charity’s brand, such as a logo, name or adjusting the message you communicate, then you’re re-branding. It’s extremely important to be doing it for the right reasons and to execute it well. Not only can it be expensive to execute a complete rebrand, but it … Continue reading Why and how should you rebrand your small charity?
The new version of the Charity Governance Code was launched in the summer of 2017. It provides charities with a clear set of principles and practice for high performance in governance. The code is intentionally aspirational and stretching. It comes in two versions, one for larger charities above a million pounds income a year and … Continue reading NCVO: Charity Governance Code
On policy day of Small Charities Week, let’s think about why small charities do and should engage in policy – and importantly, how. At Lloyds Bank Foundation we support hundreds of small charities helping people tackle complex social issues, from domestic abuse to dependency and homelessness to asylum processes. These charities are helping people who … Continue reading Lloyds Bank Foundation: Why small charities do and should engage in policy – and importantly, how.