On this page we’ve collated all of our Covid-19 guidance and resources for voluntary organisations in Wales

You’ll find information and advice related to Coronavirus on things like volunteering, funding, trustees and governance, and health and wellbeing.

Funding

Volunteering

Governance, leadership & management

GOOD GOVERNANCE

LEADERSHIP

MANAGEMENT

Health and wellbeing

CORONAVIRUS CONTROL INCLUDING TEST, TRACE, PROTECT

VACCINE PROGRAMME

  • The new Winter Protection Plan describes Welsh Government’s priorities for health and social care until March 2021

CARE AND SUPPORT FOR ADULTS, CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE

SOURCING PPE & RESOURCES

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

USEFUL TOOLS, WEBINARS & ONLINE TRAINING

  • The Minority Ethnic Communities (MEC) Health Fair 2020 will take place online on Thursday 29 October, 10 am – 2 pm. The theme of this year’s event is Covid and Wellbeing
  • This online tool from Welsh Government will help people in Wales find advice and support for their individual circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Darwin Gray are running free webinars in partnership with WCVA around managing work and mental health during lockdown
  • The Violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence team have made online training accessible to all for free during the coronavirus outbreak, to help people recognise the signs of abuse and how they can safely help to help combat the increased risk of some people stuck in abusive relationships during lockdown – you can access it through guest log on at wales.nhs.uk/course/view.php?id=71

BRIEFING PAPERS, REPORTS, & OTHER GUIDANCE

ADVICE & BEFRIENDING HELPLINES

CAMPAIGNS

  • Help Keep Wales Safe through the pandemic by using this campaign pack from Welsh Government – featuring materials to help you promote the latest guidance
  • Social Care Heroes is a social media initiative developed by a partnership of agencies and individuals who want to raise awareness of the social care workforce in Wales
  • Now more than ever we need people to think carefully about where to seek advice to avoid extra pressure on the NHS this winter’ This is the call from the Minister for Health Vaughan Gething as our health care services and health boards continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic
  • Community pharmacies are reporting an increased flu vaccine uptake as Wales embarks on biggest vaccination programme
  • People across Wales and England are being urged to download the new NHS COVID-19 app to help stop the spread of coronavirus and protect themselves and their loved ones as case numbers rise

COVID-19 updates

The latest updates, blogs and good news stories for voluntary organisations in Wales.