The charity behind the recent South Yorkshire Flood Disaster Relief Appeal has acted once more to support the community organisations and charities so important to local relief in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
At Shorts we have a dedicated team in daily contact with our banking contacts, meaning we are exceptionally well placed to help businesses get the CBIL they need in a timely manner.
Results from the second BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker reveal that most businesses have not yet successfully accessed the government’s Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the grants for small businesses.
ST Luke’s Hospice has assured patients and their families that it will continue to maintain services during the Coronavirus pandemic.
SYCF and community foundations across the country are working with the National Emergencies Trust (NET) to make sure resources reach the community groups and charities
I’m going to tell you something you already know, bear with me. Where we are now, this will pass. The constant we all face is change.
Enabling nursing and healthcare students to join the NHS workforce, offering staff paid leave to take up emergency volunteering roles and supporting colleagues to assist hospitals in testing for the coronavirus
Welcoming Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s announcement on measures to boost financial support for businesses affected by Coronavirus, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: