COVID-19 RESPONSE INITIATIVE FOR COMPANIES AND PROFESSIONALS

Charities urgently need a lifeline to get them through the COVID-19 crisis and continue supporting people in need. You can help.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the fabric of society. Systems of support are changing and we are witnessing the emerging power of symbiotic relationships between individuals, charities, companies and government. Our new initiative helps companies and individual professionals get the right resources to the right place so that they can help the right people, fast.

If you or your company has grants or money donations available, the capacity to offer services or skills for free, or donate products, even the smallest of contributions can make a big difference – it is about finding a match.

 

●     Browse the dashboard to find a cause and urgent request to match your offer.

●      Click the link to the charity’s profile, which contains transparent and comparable information on the charity. All charities are registered with the Charity Commission in England & Wales.

●      Use the contact details listed on charity profile to contact the charities directly

●     You can ask any question on our chat bot service on whatCharity.com or get in touch with us at shona@whatcharity.com if you would like us to initiate an introduction with your chosen cause.

●     For larger money donations we can run a bespoke charity call out to match you with strategically aligned causes nationwide (tel. 07468337176)

…because, doing good should´t be complicated!

 

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Grants towards medication. We are the only source of medical treatment in a quite vast area and because of the virus we are now having to treat people who would have been otherwise in hospital. The area is very distant to a near hospital and each time an ambulance is needed we need to pay for it as well.
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We are facing the issues of reduced staff numbers due to illness and self-isolation and our income being hit. Therefore we are most in need of grants and emergency funding. We are working hard to provide end of life care to anyone who needs it across our catchment area and are working with our local hospital to provide discharge beds for patients who are not well enough to go home. How could your donation make a difference? £100 would pay for a nurse for a day, providing expert, compassionate care to a dying patient. £450 would pay for 24 hours of care for one patient in our Inpatient Unit. £2,124 would keep our nurse line running for one week - this service provides vital over the phone advice to any patient or family member who needs it across our catchment area.
Location: Eastbourne
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We really need financial donations.... every penny counts and we would be so grateful. While our members are isolating we are providing them with activities and projects as well as helping them to get the provisions they need - this includes basic resources like toilet paper, nappies and basic food. We also need to be able to pay staff to continue this work.
Location: London
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We need funding now more than ever. Our core operations are under threat and we are now in a position where we must restructure our support towards a more remote support model. Any amount of funding, big or small, would help our charity to adjust to the new strains that the crisis has put on the day to day workings of our organisation.
Location: Nationwide
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We need funding. While our revenue streams have dried up, it is more crucial than ever for funds for core costs to be made available to help us survive these times initially. It will also give us the space to develop alternative means of reaching our beneficiaries through the provision of online resources.
Location: Brighton
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To be able to continue to respond to the needs of carers and people receiving care in the developing world, we desperately need funding. We would benefit most from a grant sized donation, however any amount, big or small, will help this charity to get back on its feet.
Location: London
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The current crisis means we are now in need of IT equipment. This is essential as we move to home working. We also need cash donations now more than ever, as we have upfront costs in order to alter our service delivery to meet the needs of our now distant beneficiaries.
Location: Birmingham
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With the crisis meaning our core communications are now happening online, we would benefit hugely from digital marketing support. Anyone who works in this field and is finding that they now have time to help others, please support our charity so that we can continue to reach our beneficiaries and the people that still need us now more than ever.
Location: Nationwide
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We need social media and marketing support. With the pandemic meaning that digital communications is our only means of reaching potential supporters, we need this. The ability to spread the word on our charity will help to enable parents and children to keep active even without our physical support.
Location: Warwickshire
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Fundraising and funds. As a self-funding charity our main source of income is on hold for many months and this will impact hugely on our finances (which are challenging anyway). We are also seeking Trustees to help us get through this and sustain our charity once the crisis is over.
Location: Cardiff
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We desperately need funding, both to support our ever increasing costs of running the hospice and having the resources to support our medical services.
Location: West Yorkshire
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We need funding. We would benefit from instant grants in the short term, to help with emergency and recovery planning. We would also benefit from more consistent support in the long run to keep those new costs stable.
Location: Southampton
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Our team are under increased pressure to support everyone with MS who contacts us for help. Our services are now being requested more than ever. Our information and enquiry team are always in high demand, but the weeks following the UK’s COVID-19 shut-down have been our busiest ever. We hope you will join our efforts to support this vulnerable population in this unprecedented time. We need donations to deliver the two urgent priorities: Strengthen our personal support service for people with MS who are vulnerable at this time; Improve the functionality of our much-requested digital resources, which need to be re-homed from an outdated platform.
Location: Hertfordshire
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The cost of our daily operations have increased massively. Our sanctuaries currently house over 340 bears which require our constant care – we have sadly seen an increase even in the cost of basic fruit and vegetables, as well as general supplies. As our bears have all been rescued from horrific bile farms, the majority are geriatric and require a vast range of medications. Our greatest fear is that the bears’ medicines could run out - stocks are running low on three essential medications... and prices for these are also soaring. Right now our biggest request therefore is funds to ensure our daily operations can continue without issue and we can continue to help suffering animals all across Asia throughout this pandemic and beyond.
Location: Asia
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Providing financial assistance to women and young girls to pursue academic and vocational learning is what we do. We are therefore seeking funding. We are open to online fundraising initiatives as well as long term company funding. We would also benefit from remote skills based volunteering assistance in marketing, legal work, and finance.
Location: London
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We would benefit from funding, and for companies to actually make use of our bike service! It would be really helpful if employees booked a bike service or a cycle instruction session from one of our trained bike mechanics; we are offering a mobile service as a way to offer our freelance staff some paid work.
Location: London
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To continue to bring the highest level of expertise to support young people severely affected by autism, we need of new resources, including but not limited to: books, sensory items, sawdust, and water butts.
Location: Berkshire
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We are in need of food and household item donations. Even the most basic foods and household essentials for our temporary foodbank would help.
Location: Birmingham
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We need a company to sponsor us. Big or small, any form of sponsorship will help to support building costs as well as day-to-day services of the hall.
Location: Essex
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Our needs are threefold. We would benefit from financial support, both one off and/or long-term funding. We need volunteering support in the form of remote skills-based support, as we require help going digital.
Location: London
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Our needs are widespread. We would benefit from financial donations. We would also benefit from any skills-based expertise that could help with managing the club remotely. We also require furniture donations for the new clubhouse that we hope to open in September.
Location: Guildford
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Mentors for our beneficiaries to help them keep on track with their revised plans for career/studies, to keep them motivated and engaged during the time of school closures and lock down that they would otherwise be able to use more productively. Also advice on using digital platforms such as MSTeams and Zoom to deliver an interactive conference would also be helpful.
Location: Nationwide
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We need funding, both now and in the future. We would also appreciate offers of volunteering for the future, so that we can plan ahead and know that our charity will still be able to exist and thrive following this pandemic.
Location: London
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This charity needs funding. Any company, big or small, can contribute to this. We would benefit from both one off donations in the present as well as a longer term company partnership in the long run.
Location: West Berkshire
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Grants to allow us to carry on after this, whilst doing all we can to help in the current situation using the personnel we currently have. All personnel are doing different things to what they would usually be doing to help the local community.
Location: Berkshire
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Our primary need is funding. We understand that money is tight for all - but skills are high and time is available - companies could offer their skilled workers for strategy, design, training remotely.
Location: Nationwide
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We need money to help us continue our services - including Hospice at Home, which provides support to patients in their own home during the last weeks and days of their life, enabling them to stay at home as long as possible and to die at home, if this is their wish. We also need financial support for our Cakes and Care service, which costs £65 per patient.
Location: Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire
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There has been a demand in need for food during this time, we are having to make deliveries, which is taking more time from our volunteers, and making more regular telephone support calls, during a time when our charity shop is closed, we are losing £1000’s of income so any financial giving would be appreciated, once our charity shop is able to be reopened, we would be grateful to receive any second hand items to stock our charity shop and enable us to make furniture donations once again.
Location: Lincolnshire
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We need IT expertise. The current crisis means we are now in urgent need of help with maintaining our digital profile (marketing) as this is now our sole means of communication.
Location: Sussex
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To continue to provide affordable facilities and activities which meet the needs of the community/neighbourhood, we desperately need a company to commit to funding us the long term so that we can reopen when the time comes.
Location: Gorleston
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We need funding, both in the long term and the short. Short term cash donation will help us to keep running our service as normal as possible; long term funding would mean stabilising our charity in the long run.
Location: Cornwall
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We need companies to align with one focus or project to help us provide emergency support now and then additional support to over 65 global projects to rebuild after COVID-19 is under control.
Location: Nationwide
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We support some of the most vulnerable adults in the Surrey community. Many are isolated, without family and already coping with mental ill-health. We are working around the clock to ensure that our hundreds of clients can access support over the phone and via video during these difficult times, but with many funding streams vanishing our financial security is at risk—we currently only have enough financial resources to guarantee our services for the next few months.

£2,000 would cover the costs of one front-line staff in our Client Services department to deliver our adapted package of remote support for one month, including the technology, time and expertise.
Location: Surrey
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Being a non profit charity we need finances to be able to start giving more to the orphans by way of feeding and education. Every company can give something, even a one off donation would help hugely.
Location: West Africa
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We need cash, more than anything else, and can offer digital brand alignment as well as other opportunities to companies who may be interested in working with us.
Location: London
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We need financial contributions (fundraising/opportunities). We would also benefit from training in IT and digital platforms- volunteering with staff and beneficiaries. Also IT equipment like portable devices for staff, volunteers and clients e.g. amazon-fire or surface pro or any smart phones donations.
Location: Manchester
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What we need most at the moment is an increase of regular core funding which we can rely on in order to make long-term plans. Our supporters are currently overwhelmed with their own challenges and are simply not donating enough to allow us to keep going.
Location: Surrey
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Money to help fund whatever in-home therapies we can afford for the vulnerable children who cannot go out and require constant therapy to maintain their level of current activity.
Location: Surrey
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Funding to support our core operations and enabling us to restructure our support towards a remote support model.
Location: Nationwide
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Help in setting up digital methods of communication; such as promotion of our services to reach those in need (as many of the normal routes will have been removed), one to one and group counselling (must be through secure channels). We would also be interested in sales and marketing support relating to the launch of a new product.
Location: Nationwide
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Professional help with business overview and structure. Graphic designers too please. Marketing professionals.
Location: Romania
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Funds. Also further advice on creating/running online courses.
Location: Oxford
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We collect footwear for Africa. We would welcome all sorts of footwear new end of line or second hand wearable footwear to be used again in Africa. If you are linked to transport companies we would like to move this to Africa in containers either part empty ones that we can fill or donated empty ones as CSR!
Location: Africa
Our needs are threefold, We need offers of services/products, help with raising awareness, and skills-based remote volunteering.
Location: Manchester
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Marketing resources - digital tools and volunteer wise.
Location: London
Funds to put towards our COVID 19 response efforts as well as to replace the loss of unrestricted income.
Location: London
Money and resources to deliver the services we provide to the people of Birahimpur, in order to alleviate poverty and provide relief.
Location: Hastings
The ability to recruit suitable volunteers that are able to perform one-to-one telephone and/or video support with people who are experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues. Provide them with suitable resources such as tablets and apps to provide online support without being out of pocket because of it.
Location: Lincolnshire
We are looking for a new Treasure/Trustee for our charity www.ragearts.org.uk/hf.html We give people skills and self-esteem &confidence and skills to help them take the next step in their life through film, theatre and music projects. Commitment 0-2hrs every week.
Location: Birmingham/West Midlands
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Food donations - see www.thefoxtoncentre.co.uk/donate. Cash also gives us the ability to buy food or other materials as we need it. Also avoids deliveries to centre which puts people at risk.
Location: Preston
Direct donations or in-house fundraising.
Location: London
We would benefit greatly not only from financial backing but also donations of strategic assistance to help us navigate the neck to months and possibly years... Our children will benefit also from donations of things/ideas that they can use/do at home - however bijou or palatial their family residence and however scarce their resources maybe.
Location: Gloucestershire
Access to tablets/phones for clients/volunteers to access new and existing services via current and relevant technologies such as zoom/teams/skype. Reliable connections via Wi-fi boosting for volunteers/staff.
Location: Kent
As a charity we have never had the resources to properly fundraise either through the local community or corporate world. This is mainly down to a lack of awareness of what we do, who we are and that people can support us. The ability to generate unrestricted funds would revolutionise the work we deliver in our community.
Location: Hertfordshire
Currently we are most in need of Company grants and donations and fun virtual fundraising initiatives to help us raise funds to keep the Foodbanks running. Later down the road we will be urgently in need of volunteers.
Location: Horsham
Core funding.
Location: Hampshire
Our membership is declining over time (like all Family History Societies). We know that there are lots of opportunities to do things differently to engage a wider demographic in our work. Interest in family history is growing, but we are not seeing that in terms of memberships. Volunteer resource in digital marketing, maximising the penetration of social media, and digital transformation of services are all areas where we have limited expertise.
Location: Devon
Funding, grant opportunities.
Location: Paraguay
Grants for core running costs in order to maintain our cashflow during CV-19 and so that we can resurrect our services for our beneficiaries quickly once the crisis is over.
Location: Northumberland
Funding and more funding. We have lost over 50% overnight.
Location: Surrey
Grants, raising awareness that we are still running, still caring for patients every day, donation of PPE products – further details of what we need can be found on our Facebook page; furloughed staff to volunteer in our housekeeping, catering or reception team; people WFH to get involved in our virtual fundraising activities; identifying long term philanthropic partnerships to develop.
Location: Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire
Our fundraising from events has dropped off completely and we anticipate grant funding will also greatly reduce as many companies have ceased trading and the stock markets will affect trusts. Therefore, our main fundraising streams are fragile. We desperately need funds urgently to continue to run services.
Location: Nationwide
Donated services and products, employees encouraged to fundraise whilst furloughed/wfh and long term philanthropic partnerships to rebuild together.
Location: Nationwide
We need grants or donations to support our vital work with the most vulnerable children and families, in our adoption and schools and community services. We provide lifelong support to adoptive families and want this to continue for another 72 years!
Location: East Midlands
Remote therapy intervention ideas, not all families have mobile phones making communication difficult. Professional and personal staff development opportunities while under shelter in place orders.
Location: Uganda
Funding and large donations to help to pay staff salaries.
Location: Essex
We need more food, more volunteers, and help with refurbishing a building.
Location: Manchester
Funding to keep our support open and to develop ways of reaching those trapped and giving them a way of safely being able to flee, we require funds to provide the crucial life saving support while women and their children are with us in refuge, to empower them to live a life free of fear and abuse. The bespoke support we provide in refuge includes:
safety/risk planning - COVID-19/perpetrator, empower women to live a life free from fear and abuse, for them and their children, specialist activities to reduce loneliness/isolation, emotional/confidence/self-esteem/peer support.
Location: Coventry
We need financial help.
Location: Stafford
We need funding to help us maintain a status quo and be able to return to providing help and support for our beneficiaries. Fundraising has come to a complete stop and was our mainstay income.
Location: Exeter
We need funding.
Location: Marlow
As a small grassroots charity we need capacity building in relation to our human and financial resources, marketing, resource mobilisation through fundraising and bid writing, strategic planning on social impact and financial modelling.We need funding to support the organisation with its running cost. At the moment we do not have any permanent or temporary staff as we don't have the resources to hire. All our management committee members, trustees and project teams are volunteers from the community.
Location: Leeds
Small grants associated with corporate partnership - we can offer reputation benefits and employee learning opportunities in return.
Location: Oxford
We need financial support.
Location: Liverpool
Fundraising support and marketing support (especially social media).
Location: Nationwide
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We need funding.
Location: St Nicholas, Wales
Once we return to work we always need volunteers and bike donations to help us run effectively.
Location: Huddersfield
We need help covering the shortfall in our income usually covered by social fundraising activities.
Location: Shrewsbury
Help to plug funding gap left by school closure. Some external resource to support making elements of our delivery accessible online/digitally.
Location: London
We are working with local partners to deliver food and medicines to some of the most isolated members of our community in Whitstable, so donations of money, food, toiletries and personal health items would be really useful.
Location: Nationwide
Support providing our services and funding
Location: Lambeth
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Funding to support our core operations and enabling us to restructure our support towards a remote support model.
Location: Nationwide
Charitable giving, fundraising activity, raising the profile of our work.
Location: West Sussex
We need funding/help to apply for grants. So any company who is looking to partner with a charity and give funding, get in contact. Also, any company looking to provide free support to help us to source grants - i.e. help with writing bids, that would also be great.
Location: Manchester
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Volunteers where they can focus on fundraising events for us when this lockdown is over.
Location: London
We need financial donations please. Our social enterprise has closed so we are no longer getting funding from this source. All of our Community and Events fundraising has ceased as well. We rely solely on donations, grants, events fundraising and income from our social enterprise.
Location: Bath
We need financial support - grants, investment into projects or one-off donations! Our biggest concern is that we may not reach our financial targets to support our beneficiaries in Africa and Asia. We wont be able to provide them with health care services in local communities and support for there mental wellbeing. We may have to cut services as a result, but if we do that, then no-one else will look to provide any services to the leprosy affected people. For many of the communities we have supported, we have given hope to them. Hope of survival and making there lives matter through accessing training for work, getting children to have the right to an education and importantly helping people gain access to treatment for the disease, without Drs/nurses/community volunteers being fearful of it.
Location: Nationwide
We need funds, of course. We also need help completing grant applications as I have had to lay off all staff.
Location: Isle of Wight
Funds, to replace the effect of fundraising activity that has been cancelled due to the virus.
Location: Liverpool and Newcastle Upon Tyne
Support pushing for free data for survivors accessing web-chats/online counselling calls. Donations of zoom accounts/products that assist with remote working. Items for online auctions/raffles. Mostly, financial resources though!
Location: Brighton
Money and then when this is over help to recruit a new CQC regulated manager.
Location: Wakefield
Support with IT.
Location: Wiltshire
We have an ongoing fundraising project for a new Control Vehicle and any financial support for this would be greatly appreciated.
Location: Weymouth
We urgently need funding coming in, whether it's through Payroll Giving, fundraising events (online) etc.
Location: Brentwood
Promotion of our work, donations and spreading the word about online initiatives.
Location: Cheltenham
We need charity relevant grants to cover core costs. We need donations of bicycles, lights, locks and helmets to give to essential workers to keep them moving while public transport is severely restricted.
Location: Nottingham
Funding. We cannot furlough our staff because our services are still desperately needed, albeit in a different format. But our income has been decimated. We are already using what little savings we have to survive.
Location: Exeter
We very much need some corporate funding support to enable us to continue with our essential lion conservation work. Lions are facing extinction in the wild and we have much work to do if we are to save this iconic species from extinction. There are likely only 4 viable lion populations left now across the whole of Africa. Time is running out. With funding in place, there is much we can do to save these magnificent animals.
Location: Africa
Access to funding.
Location: London
Our ability to raise funds has been diminished by the current situation and lots of emergency funds are, understandably, concentrating on frontline and community organisations. We are a small arts charity and our focus is supporting emerging silversmiths and jewellers develop their practical skills and become self-employed makers. We would welcome any support from companies who resonate with our mission.
Location: Berkshire
Food - tinned potatoes, long-life fruit juice and pasta sauce
Location: Colchester
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Funding to support paying our medical staff so they can continue to look after patients with and without Covid-19.
Location: East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire
We need funds to cover our fixed costs whilst we are 'grounded' and also marketing / PR assistance to get us back off the ground when this is all over - we will lose some of our beneficiaries to the virus and we need to make sure we have enough beneficiaries to start up again properly.
Location: Craven, Yorkshire
Monetary funding, specifically towards our feeding programme which costs in the region of £8000 per year.
Location: Kenya
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Particularly interested to hear from companies who can help us fast track our online delivery of services for young people and their wider communities - in the fields of education, participation and performance.
Location: London
*IT support to get us onto the cloud (we are currently on an office based server) and get our CRM database up and running. This database is currently on a harddrive and we do not have the skills to upload to salesforce. It was one of our next tasks as an organisation but the issue has been brought forward as now we are forced to work from home. *Website design, and maintenance for a new website *Strategic mentoring - We are creating a business plan for Signal and would like outside input. *Updates for our laptops / technology which is very outdated (10 years+ in many cases)
Location: Global
We need funding to keep our core services going. We usually generate income from our Coffee Shop and car park. Even though the car park is currently open, we have fewer visitors than usual and there is no-one to check they have paid for parking.
Location: Swansea
Food for local families whose children are home from school and not receiving their usual free school lunch.
Location: Cheltenham
Sadly it's finance in the long term. We imagine there will be a global recession as a result of this health crisis and that will impact charities hugely.
Location: Wiltshire
Technology to work from home.
Location: Brighton & Hove
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Funding!
Location: Berkshire & Wiltshire
We need funding more than anything!
Location: Oxford
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PPE, technology for beneficiaries to be able to connect with loved ones remotely, basic essentials such as food.
Location: Rutland
Money to help with core funding and allowing us to pay our freelance staff and keep the charity going.
Location: London
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Continued fundraising support, perhaps virtual fundraising ideas.
Location: London
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Right now, we most need money. With many companies themselves in a difficult financial position as a result of COVID-19, we appreciate this is a difficult ask.
Location: Africa
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We are beginning to work increasingly from a remote location (e.g. home as opposed to schools). Having laptops that would allow us to all use the same standard spec system (as opposed to the current myriad operating systems that people have due to the nature of using personal computers/machines) would make a real difference, increasing our workability and connectivity, both with those we support and within our own team structures.
Location: Egham
Localised donations - we would love to have a company sponsor a project near them, so that employees could see the impact of the donation first hand.
Location: St Albans
Digital resources, or learnings regarding digital resources, to support our delivery system to be adapted to a digital format. Or alternatively funding to support the newly required resources.
Location: London
Donations/Grants, video-conferencing system, PCs for our beneficiaries without them, access to free broadband to our beneficiaries homes (where they are without it), tele-conferencing system. The equipment is needed so our beneficiaries can still get peer support, and support from us, whilst they have to stay at home.
Location: Bristol
Unrestricted funding is the most important thing. Whilst we cannot run our services currently, we still need money to pay the rent etc. Our unrestricted income streams have taken a huge hit e.g. rental income on our studio/workshop space, earned income from our charitable activities (the small fees we charge for our theatre trips and education projects), a big gala fundraiser due to take place in May now postponed - this was set to bring in about 25% of our income this year. Also unrestricted money to cover funding promised but that now won't come in from corporate donors who themselves have been financially hit by the crisis so cannot now honour their promises.
Location: London
A push on online fundraising, encouraging staff to do a bit for others at this trying time.
Location: Africa
Funding for online technology and staff - to avoid organisation closure.
Location: Wadebridge, North Cornwall
Our income has stopped because it is dependant on being able to physically attend sessions. We are attempting to pay our freelance staff for creating online session but this is not generating income or donations at this time - we need financial support to keep paying freelance artists who are currently not being supported by the Government's salary compensation scheme.
Location: Accrington
Cash to provide the 80% target we have set ourselves. Total amount required this year will be £5,000.
Location: Sheffield
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Remote access, call handling software, meeting and webinar software.
Location: Bristol
We would like companies to actually look at what we do and want to buy into it our projects as we make such a difference in the community. It would be great to talk to companies to see how they could support us in the future. For us funding is the most useful resource as it means we can reach as many participants as possible.
Location: Berkshire
We are most in need of funds to continue providing food to our beneficiaries and the greater community. We are also in need of connections in South Africa to soap and sanitiser manufacturing companies - the township communities are in desperate need of more sanitiser.
Location: Africa
Grants to replace income we are losing through not being able to deliver face-to-face services.
Location: Doncaster
At the moment the issue for our charity is cash flow, as for many others, we aren't able to generate the income that we have done to enable us to help the families and most importantly the children that we serve.
Location: Chingford
Funding to pay wages during this time of almost zero income.
Location: Harrow
Skills/training we can offer online to employees.
Location: Aylesbury
Flexibility for using funds already received and grants to help regenerate activities at the appropriate time.
Location: Hetton
We need money for equipment for our disabled members.
Location: Sussex
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Funding for projects and core costs.
Location: Tanzania
Donations to cover core costs to tide us over the next few(?) months and ensure we can keep working and be fully prepared to face the next challenge.
Location: Nationwide