The Refugee Council

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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Volunteering with the National Emergencies Trust

Volunteering with the National Emergencies Trust and a virtual ‘hands on’ experience   By Charlie Ruddle This week is National Volunteer Week and so a great chance to write a few words about the remarkable performance of the charity sector and to tell you about my experience of volunteering...

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Volunteer Bhagti Patel

Volunteer – Bhagti Patel   Bhagti Patel a paralegal from Clyde & Co LLP volunteered at the National Emergencies Trust from May 2020, providing invaluable support to the Coronavirus Appeal. Here she reflects on her experiences. Did your job change due to Covid-19? How did that feel?...

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Next Step Initiative

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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BAWSO – Supporting Diverse Communities in Wales

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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Black Training and Enterprise Group

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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Greater Manchester BAME Network

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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The Anti Tribalism Movement

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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Reasons To Be Cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful: staying close to whatever makes us glad to be alive Guest interview with Stephanie Mitchell, Coordinator at the Belfast Friendship Club for the #NETCharityChamps campaign Tell us a bit about the Belfast Friendship Club   Belfast Friendship Club (BFC) is a weekly...

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Equity, diversity and inclusion

Equity, diversity and inclusion – running right through our work at National Emergencies Trust I’ve been proud to take part in Race Equality Week this week. Like the rest of my NET team-mates, I’ve shared my #BigPromise on social and carved out time to learn about all the different ways we...

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Giving the gift of time this Christmas

For millions of us, Christmas is now looking considerably quieter this year.    The turkey for six in my freezer looks set to stay on ice – alongside my plans to see my brother and my mum. Well, in-person at any rate – they’re planning to thrash me at Pictionary on Zoom now...

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International Volunteer Day

International Volunteer Day It’s International Volunteer Day. Every year it’s a moment to mark the generosity of those who give freely of their time for others. But this year, more than ever, it feels important to acknowledge and appreciate those acts of kindness.    For months now, charities...

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