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Middlesbrough Children’s Services Recovery Group
Coronavirus has had a huge impact on all of our services. For many services, the implementation of lockdown resulted in a dip in service demand, now with lockdown easing some services demand levels are returning to normal.
Furlonteer is a new not-for-profit project to support the charity sector during the coronavirus outbreak. It harnesses the potential of the millions of skilled employees who have been furloughed and are looking for ways to help and fill their time.
Bini Araia is the projects manager of Investing in People and Culture (IPC) a regional charity with its head office in Middlesbrough, and we’ve asked him to share his experiences of how lockdown has been affecting people in marginalised communities.
MVDA will host a Zoom discussion around keeping things going, funding and what we can do to help each other during these difficult times.
Community Fundraising Officer
(18 hours per week - £23,000 pro rata)
A new website for Middlesbrough carers has been launched today for Carers Week 2020 with local TV celebrity Steph McGovern backing the national call for individuals, services and organisations to do their part in Making Caring Visible – helping carers get the practical, financial and emotional support they need to care for a loved one.
Healthwatch South Tees has now developed a survey to gather people’s experiences of using health and social care services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Many of Middlesbrough’s voluntary and community organisations (VCOs) are thinking about what re-opening safely means for them. Clearly, there won’t be a standard answer that suits every organisation but there are some common questions starting to arise: