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Coronavirus

Useful sources of information

How to volunteer
Residents, service and community groups who would like to volunteer can contact #TeamHerts at www.thvolunteering.org.uk or call 01462 689409.

Help for residents who are self-isolating
Residents who are self-isolating and in need of support from volunteers can visit www.hertshelp.net, email info@hertshelp.net or call Herts Help on 0300 123 4044.

How to make a donation to support the local voluntary sector
If you would like to make a donation of any size to help HCF support the local voluntary sector as it continues to provide vital front-line services to residents in need please click here.

How to apply to HCF’s Coronavirus Emergency Relief Fund for groups and organisations
Grants of up to £5,000 are available through HCF’s Coronavirus Emergency Relief grants programme. To find out more and to apply click here.

Other sources of funding including The National Lottery Community Fund
Grants Online has published a helpful list of other available funding which can be accessed here. .

Details of The National Lottery Community Fund grants programme can also be viewed here . The National Lottery will be working with Government to support civil society.

How to access training for you and your volunteers
Read through our current opportunities here. To discuss any further training needs please contact louise.marron@hertscf.org.uk

For general advice and guidance for the voluntary sector from NCVO
Visit NCVO's Coronavirus support webpage https://www.ncvo.org.uk/practical-support/information/coronavirus

Catch up with our latest news

2020/21 Workforce development grant programme now open
Applications are welcomed for grants of up to £2,000 to fund training and development opportunities for voluntary and community sector organisations that provide adult social care in Hertfordshire. .
Local inequalities highlighted in new Hertfordshire Matters report
HCF's new research report identifies some of the key challenges facing Hertfordshire residents and highlights inequalities that exist in the county. .
Crowdfund Hertfordshire makes first pledge to help project tackling isolation
Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) have recently made their first crowdfunding pledge on Crowdfund Hertfordshire to raise money for ‘COME ON OUT’. .
Thank you to all the volunteers in Hertfordshire
Since lockdown began volunteers have played a key role in responding to the Covid-19 outbreak. From collecting medicines to delivering food parcels to those in greatest need, the local response has been phenomenal as people from all walks of life volunteer to help people in their community.