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People facing homelessness

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners to share their unique perspectives on the pandemic. People Facing Homelessness By Stuart Moore,...

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Bereaved People

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners to share their unique perspectives on the pandemic. Bereaved People By Andy Langford, Clinical...

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Older People

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners to share their unique perspectives on the pandemic. Age UK has been dedicating Coronavirus Appeal...

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Local Knowledge For Local Needs

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners to share their unique perspectives on the pandemic.   Rosemary MacDonald, CEO of UK Community...

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BAMEOnline Conference

BAMEOnline Conference by Felicity Gordon, Relationship Manager, National Emergencies Trust The first thing that hit me about the #BAMEOnline conference was the incredible energy. Normally I get an afternoon slump and perk myself up with a coffee but as soon as I tuned in at 12noon I was hit by...

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BAMEOnline – Securing the Bag

BAMEOnline – Securing the Bag by Elizabeth Balgobin BAMEOnline was a huge success last year, not least because no one had seen a curated fundraising skills and knowledge event like it before. Back this year, but now owned by Black-led JMB Consulting and hosted by Fundraising Everywhere, the...

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Young people and families

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners to share their unique perspectives on the pandemic. With the help of Coronavirus Appeal funding,...

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My first six months as a National Emergencies Trust intern

My first six months as a National Emergencies Trust intern By Dami Amodu, Distribution Intern, National Emergencies Trust If you told 18-year-old Dami that she would be working in a charity organisation I would not have believed you, I also would not have believed you if you told me there would be...

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Remembering 7/7

Remembering 7/7 Sixteen years ago today, fifty-two men and women lost their lives in London in the most tragic and shocking of circumstances when four bombs were detonated on the tube and a bus in the morning rush hour. People from across the UK and from many other countries were caught up in...

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LGBT+ Communities

BLOG SERIES: Perspectives on the pandemic More than a year on from the launch of the National Emergencies Trust’s Coronavirus Appeal on 18 March 2020, we have asked our incredible funding partners – and some of their incredible grant-making partners – to share their unique perspectives...

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Preparing for a crisis

Preparing for a crisis: a day in the life of a National Emergencies Trust Trustee By David Page, Director of Communications, Tesco Last week I became an honorary trustee of the National Emergencies Trust for the day to take part in one of their quarterly emergency simulation exercises. One of the...

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