Felicitie Walls, Volunteering Manager at WCVA, explores how changes to volunteering could enable young people to counteract the negative effects of lockdown restrictions on their lives, in the short and medium term.
This guidance was published on 25 June 2020.
This guidance has been prepared in consultation with Public Health England and the Health and Safety Executive.
The 7 Health Boards across Wales have been working with Swansea and Cardiff Universities to develop a study that aims to understand the impact of coronavirus on the emotional well-being and mental health of the Welsh population. Continue reading
Clybiau Plant Cymru Kids’ Clubs has developed some useful resources and guides to support Out of School Childcare Clubs to plan and re-open following the COVID-19 lockdown. Continue reading
Guidance for trustees on what matters may need to be reported as a serious incident during the coronavirus pandemic.
E-gift cards for volunteers – updated guidance from Welsh Government on supermarkets schemes to help volunteers shop for the vulnerable
Volunteer gift cards can be purchased online and used by people other
than the purchaser to buy shopping in store for them. Continue reading
Local authorities, Welsh Government and the third sector are working
together to deliver support to protect shielding people. Continue reading
Reaching older people most likely to be missing out – now and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.
Working in partnership with the British Deaf Association, Deaf Hub (Wales) are offering any community groups/organisations that are working Continue reading
As one door closes, another opens – following the closure of JustTextGiving we’ve put together this quick guide to a few of the best UK text-to-donate services.