Autism Plus is delivering several projects in Wakefield District.
Volunteers’ Week is taking place from 1 – 7 June 2020. More now than ever, volunteers are supporting communities throughout Wakefield District due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
We have asked community organisations to provide us with information and stories so we can highlight the brilliant work that volunteers are doing throughout Wakefield District during the pandemic.
This new funding stream makes available £200m in Government funding that will be aimed primarily at small to medium size organisations in England.
13 projects have been awarded funding through the recent Live Well Wakefield Small Grants – Coronavirus Resilience Fund.
If you need help in your local area you can contact your Community Hub.
‘Zoom’, ‘Cisco Webex’ and ‘PowWow’ might not be words we used that often in our everyday working lives a couple of months ago, but these virtual conferencing tools are now very much part and parcel of how organisations are keeping in touch with each other throughout the Coronavirus Crisis.
On this page we will be sharing case studies we receive from Nova Members on the work they are carrying out to continue to support communities during the Coronavirus outbreak.
On this page, we are sharing case studies and good news stories from the Community Hubs in Wakefield District, which have been set up to provide support and help to the vulnerable in our communities during the Coronavirus outbreak.
On 8 April 2020, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a new package of support for charities.