Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for the charity sector

Government has now published useful guidance for charities at http://shorturl.at/dCFI5 including answering questions such as:-

  1. How do I get support to pay my charity staff?
  2. Can I use reserves and restricted funds to help my charity through the crisis?
  3. Can I cancel or postpone my charity’s AGM or other key meetings?
  4. Can I use video, teleconferencing and the internet in place of face-to-face meetings?
  5. What do I need to report to the Charity Commission?
  6. Keeping people safe

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