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Thursday, 6 August 2020

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£300million of National Lottery funding distributed since lockdown

CHARITIES and community groups across the UK have received £300 million in funding since the COVID-19 crisis and lockdown began – all thanks to...

Wellbeing support line for NHS and Social Care Workers launched by Samaritans

SAMARITANS have launched a dedicated and confidential listening service for NHS and social care workers in Wales. Funded by Welsh Government, the independent line provides...

Soccer Aid will be played behind closed doors this year in September

SOCCER Aid for Unicef has announced that the world’s biggest charity football match will take place this September at Old Trafford, the home of...

‘Holy Grail’ discovery to prevent disability in multiple sclerosis

A research programme spanning over a decade has discovered a 'Holy Grail' molecular target to protect nerves from damage in multiple sclerosis (MS). The paper,...

10 reasons why charities should use eLearning

TEN charities, including St John Ambulance Cymru and Shelter, have shared the lessons they’ve learned from using eLearning, in a recently published report. The...

The Charity Learning Consortium becomes a Gold Official Partner of UK Charity Week

UK CHARITY WEEK is proud to welcome the return of the Charity Learning Consortium as a Gold Official Partner Business of the 2020 campaign. UK...

The Charity Learning Consortium: eLearning to the rescue

eLearning has proved invaluable in the rush to upskill both staff and volunteers in the coronavirus pandemic, enabling St John Ambulance Cymru to support...

Innovation in the face of coronavirus

CHARITY learning professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support staff and volunteers through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands there are some silver...

Learning fast in the face of coronavirus

Martin Baker explains how an agile approach to learning has considerable benefits in a crisis. CHARITIES are continually having to adapt to change. Whether that’s...
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People’s Postcode Lottery hits fundraising milestone

THE total amount raised by players of People's Postcode Lottery now exceeds £600 million. Since beginning in 2005, the lottery's players have raised the nine-figure...

Applications open for Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage

APPLICATIONS opened last week for the £92 million Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage, which is aimed at helping heritage organisations to recover from the...

Million-pound conservation project to recreate habitat for “ocean superheroes” around UK coast

INTERNATIONAL conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London) along with partners Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) and British Marine are celebrating a win for wildlife...
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