Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for the charity sector.

The Charity Commission have updated their guidance for dealing with coronavirus which we clearly have to cope with for forseeable future so it is worth reading the link at

https://rb.gy/zep19i Read to see if there is anything else you can do to protect staff and beneficiaries of the charities work.

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