Public health measures to deal with the coronavirus are having an impact on how charities operate, fundraise and deliver support. You can find all our articles about how the sector has been affected and how it has responded, as well as analysis and advice, below.
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Corinne Clark, social media manager at Sightsavers, shares her advice on how to handle an organisation's social media in the time of Covid-19.
Emma Russ is one of many fundraisers who have been furloughed, here she explains how it feels and how she’s coping
Professor Ian Bruce provides five tips on how charities can utilise marketing to effectively overcome obstacles presented by Covid-19, and how more traditional charities can embrace digital channels to help generate income during these uncertain times.
Zaheer Khan from Human Appeal reveals what impact Covid-19 is having of its Ramadan campaign plans, and how he and his team are introducing new online innovations to continue their fundraising efforts.
Fadi Itani from the Muslim Charities Forum explains how its Our Campaign for National Solidarity is helping organisations work together during the coronavirus crisis.
Steve Haines from National Deaf Children's Society looks at how charity campaigners can adapt during the Covid-19 crisis.
Mark Goldring: Leading in a crisis - some lessons from experience for charity leaders striving during Covid-19
Mark Goldring offers advice to charity leaders, and others, about running their organisation during the coronavirus crisis.
Civil Society News has collated advice for charities dealing with Covid-19
As the pandemic continues, Alex Blake looks at how fundraisers can secure funding and what actions they can take to be proactive during this time
Increasingly, charity staff are looking to work from home in the face of coronavirus. David Ainsworth of Catalyst looks at how to make it work for your charity.
John Tizard offers some thoughts about how charities can lead the way in helping the country recover from the coronavirus pandemic
As lockdown begins to lift, Zoë Abrams from the British Red Cross, looks at the challenges that lie ahead
Sir Stuart Etherington considers the role of charities and social enterprises once the immediate Covid-19 crisis is over
A binary distinction between volunteers and those being helped doesn't reflect the reality of the cornavirus response, Rachel Monaghan from the Centre for Ageing Better writes
#CharitySoWhite warns that if charities put racial justice work on the backseat during the coronavirus crisis they will make it harder for the sector to help people most affected by the pandemic.
With the coronavirus crisis looking like it will impact on giving during Ramadan, Fadi Itani from the Muslim Charities Forum says urgent help is needed so that charities are not forced to close.
Elizabeth Balgobin looks at how political and charity leaders compare when it comes to their early response to the coronavirus crisis.
Ben Russell from the Charities Aid Foundation shares some key learnings from the hastily arranged #GivingTuesdayNow event
With several fundraising appeals in full swing, Kirsty Weakley looks at what is working.
Society needs more than gentleness from charities, and charities need more than £750m from the Treasury
The government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme can only do so much to help charities with increased pressure on frontline services, Harriet Whitehead reports
Rob Cope from Remember a Charity explains how coronavirus is affecting legacy income
After a month of lobbying, the Treasury has still not unveiled a bespoke package of support for charities. Kirsty Weakley reports.
Helen Stephenson: Covid-19 highlights the lifeline that charities are to so many – and we are playing our part as regulator
Helen Stephenson from the Charity Commission reflects on the sector's response to the coronavirus crisis and explains what the regulator is doing to help.
Tris Dyson: Technology has the power to bring people together – we must support civil society innovators tackling social isolation
Tris Dyson from Nesta Challenges looks at how technology can be used to help people feel connected.
Kirsty Weakley: Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures so that charities can do what they do best
As the extent of the coronavirus becomes clear, Kirsty Weakley looks at what it tells us about the charities' resilience and what they need
Andrew Pitt from Rathbones looks at the risk that companies will face cash-flow problems.
Warren Jackson from Trillium looks at how to bridge physical distances with collaborative working practices.
Andrew Pitt from Rathbones looks at what charity investors should be doing during the Covid-19 pandemic
Kathy Halliday from VWV answers some frequently asked questions about employment law during the coronavirus crisis.
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