Keep up to date with the latest news from the National Emergencies Trust
An update from Mhairi Sharp, CEO, National Emergencies Trust about the crisis in Afghanistan and the funding partners supporting Afghan people.
A message from Mhairi Sharp, CEO, National Emergencies Trust about the horrific incident in Plymouth yesterday evening.
One decade on, our thoughts today are with the many people whose lives and livelihoods were affected by the riots that took place in London and across the UK in August 2011.
The National Emergencies Trust has published a collaborative new report telling the story of the Coronavirus Appeal and its impact through the many voices of those who made it possible. “Facing Covid-19 Together: Voices of the Coronavirus Appeal” features first-hand perspectives from the Trust’s eleven funding partners, fundraisers and charity beneficiaries, as well as volunteers, team members and trustees.
The National Emergencies Trust is looking to recruit new volunteers to our Equity Scrutiny Group. We are looking for new members who take an intersectional position on identities and topics, who bring expertise and have lived experience of Equality Characteristics as set out in the Equality Act 2010 and of mental health and wellbeing issues.
Harrogate-based charity, Supporting Older People, has received recognition for its efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a nationwide appreciation campaign by the National Emergencies Trust (NET), including a special message of thanks from BlackRock.