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Survive, Adapt, Thrive – COVID-19 Help from Charities Aid Foundation

22-Jun-2020

The Charities Aid Foundation have announced available resources designed to help make sure charities can carry on supporting its beneficiaries, for now and the future.

The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) is a bank for charities and not-for-profit organisations. They work to serve the charity sector, providing banking services with the benefits aimed specifically with charities in mind.

CAF recognise these are extraordinary times and present a whole new scale of challenges for UK charities. They understand the very real concerns felt by the sector about surviving now and beyond the pandemic.

CAF have made available some information and resources for both short and long term support in three different sections: Survive, Adapt and Thrive.

Survive

Many charities have experienced funding and operational challenges because of the pandemic. In this section CAF provide actions, advice and guidance to help charities survive the current crisis.

Adapt

As a charity goes into its most challenging period in living memory, CAF recognise they would need to quickly adapt. From taking on new fundraising tactics to managing their key stakeholders digitally, this section provides ways to make sure charities can continue to support the people who depend on them.

Thrive

Learning from the crisis is important so that charities can carry on being there for their beneficiaries. In this section CAF share guides and strategies to help charities become well-run, effective and resilient.

For more information, visit the CAF website.

 


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