The Chesterfield and North East Derbyshire Council for Voluntary Service and Action Limited
Due to the outbreak of Covid-19, the Links Board of Directors has made the decision to temporarily close the office until further notice in order to minimise any potential risk to our staff and VCS group representatives in support of the official attempt to slow down the pandemic. If there are any changes, we will keep you informed.
Sandra Pink (Advice & Project Manager) – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 07889 726846..
Help Needed in Chesterfield & North East Derbyshire Survey
We know about the community groups that operate and the good work that you all do. Sadly, we understand that many of you have had to close down due to the Coronavirus crisis.
We are now mapping the help that is available in your residential area.
Claim for 80% of your employee’s wages plus any employer National Insurance and pension contributions, if you have put them on furlough or flexible furlough because of coronavirus (COVID-19). ‘What you’ll need section’ updated to tell employers using the template for 100 or more employees that it may be rejected if the information provided is not given in the right format.
The effect of the coronavirus pandemic on perceptions of unity and division in Great Britain. Includes an assessment of unity and division over time and across numerous socioeconomic divides, such as age, sex, income, and perceptions of community.
Leaflet given to patients before they are discharged to another place of care. Added translations and accessible versions of leaflets.
Leaflet given to patients when they are admitted to hospital to prepare them for discharge. Added translations and accessible versions of leaflets.
Leaflet given to patients before they’re discharged to their usual place of residence. Added translations and accessible version of leaflet.
This article aims to look at the occupation switches across the labour market, focusing at the different demographics and the individual characteristics of the job movers, such as sex, age and qualifications.Using the LFS data from Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2019 up to Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2020, we aim to understand the impact of coronavirus on the job changes in the economy, also exploring the analysis from the industry angle. Aiming to understand which industries have seen changes in their workforce.
More than 64 million meals have been enjoyed by diners across the country since the launch of the government’s Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme.
Information for adult social care providers on COVID-19 guidance and support.
Guidance on the use of face coverings for schools and other education institutions that teach people in Years 7 and above in England.
HMRC data about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, and the VAT payments deferral scheme. Published updated weekly data (up to end of Sunday 23 August) for the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
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The Trust was established last year thanks to an endowment from the late Tony Wingate. As a small trust which awards a limited number of grants each year, its aim is to contribute towards the positive impact which the arts, particularly the performing arts, can make on people’s lives.
The Trust’s current areas of interest include:
Grants range from £2,000 to £30,000.
The Masonic Charitable Foundation offer several grants programme which is open to local and national charities that are working to reduce loneliness and isolation in later life.
Charities can apply for a small or large grant, depending on their income. Grants are available for core costs.
There are two scales - small grants from £500 to £15,000 and large grants up to £60,000.
Grants are available to voluntary non-profit sector organisations for new and innovative projects across sexual health, reproductive health and HIV, with particular interest in projects that focus on Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. Grants of between £25,000 and £75,000 are available for projects of up to 12 months.
Funded by Power to Change and delivered by the national charity the Plunkett Foundation, the ‘More than a Pub’ programme has been relaunched with £2.2 million in funding to support communities in both rural and urban areas across England to help them save their local pub.
According to the Plunkett Foundation, the re-opening could not have come at a more critical time as pubs face the challenge of attracting customers back after months of limited activity or closure. The programme offers a wide range of support including:
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