NET Recruitment – Independent Grant Assessor

We Are Recruiting   The intensity of emergencies in 2017 – from the terrorist attacks in Manchester and London to Grenfell – led to the creation of the National Emergencies Trust, to collaborate with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support victims at the time of a...

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100 Days of Small Charities Making A Big Difference

100 Days of Small Charities Making A Big Difference Guest Blog – Pall Singh   My name is Pall Singh and I’m Project Director at Building Bridges, a small charity in Edinburgh. I’ve been invited to guest edit John Herriman’s usual newsletter spot to mark the fact that today is 100 days...

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Coronavirus Appeal – 12 Week Report

Coronavirus Appeal – 12 Week Update   When the National Emergencies Trust launched last November, no-one could have predicted the first Appeal would be for a disaster on the scale of the global Coronavirus crisis. But on 11th March this year the World Health Organisation (WHO) made the...

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Reading Terror Incident

Reading Terror Incident   A message from John Herriman, CEO, National Emergencies Trust: Our sympathies and thoughts are with the families and loved ones of those who died or who were injured in the horrific terrorist incident in Reading.   While the National Emergencies Trust is not...

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We Are Recruiting

We Are Recruiting The National Emergencies Trust is looking to appoint two senior strategic positions both of which are required until the end of August and possibly beyond.   During the Covid-19 pandemic, NET has been working as a central coordinating and facilitating body, working closely...

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Final Replay 66 Raises More Than £400k for Charities

#FinalReplay66   Final Replay 66 raises more than £400K to-date for grassroots charities all over the UK The most iconic moment in English footballing history – England’s dramatic 1966 World Cup Final win over West Germany – was broadcast in full on Channel 4 on Sunday 7 June to...

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Final Replay 66

#FinalReplay66   1966 World Cup Final to air on Channel 4 in support of National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal The most iconic moment in English footballing history – England’s dramatic 1966 World Cup Final win over West Germany – will be broadcast in full on Channel 4 on...

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NET – 1400 Groups Providing Wellbeing Support Receive Funding

1400 GROUPS PROVIDING WELLBEING SUPPORT HAVE RECEIVED NATIONAL EMERGENCIES TRUST FUNDING TO MEET SURGE IN DEMAND     The Trust’s Patron, the Duke of Cambridge, speaks to Scottish charities receiving funds   Over £80m raised through pledges, with more than £30m already distributed As...

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NET Urges Charities Helping BAME Communities to Apply for Funding

National Emergencies Trust urges charities helping BAME communities to apply for funding The National Emergencies Trust is encouraging more UK charities that support BAME communities to apply for funding from its Coronavirus Appeal, as emerging independent research shows BAME communities are at...

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Acting Fast and Fairly

Acting Fast and Fairly   The National Emergencies Trust introduces new measures to ensure funds from its Coronavirus Appeal will reach the most marginalised The National Emergencies Trust has today announced new measures to ensure the funds it is distributing, at speed, through its...

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NET Distributes More Than Half of £40 Million Raised

National Emergencies Trust Has Distributed More Than Half of £40M Raised   Additional £5m sent to frontline charities brings total distributed to £22.5m The Big Night In match funding brings new total to £60m to help people most affected by the coronavirus outbreak The National Emergencies...

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Host of Famous Faces Support National Appeal

Host of Famous Faces Support National Appeal for Local Charities     Good causes across the UK have been granted another £5m bringing the total to £17.6m so far, as support increases for The National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal to rapidly help some of the UK’s most vulnerable...

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