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Many organisation remain unsure if they will furlough staff. Their decisions depend on uncertain factors including: how long lockdown will continue; the outcome of funding bids; and the outcome of contingency plans such as redesign of services. See more: https://clinks.org/community/blog-posts/reduced-service-provision-and-continued-uncertainty-how-covid-19-impacting
The Covid-19 pandemic has created unforeseen challenges for voluntary organisations who have had to reduce their service provision and face barriers to accessing government support. See the results of our last survey: https://www.clinks.org/community/blog-posts/reduced-service-provision-and-continued-uncertainty-how-covid-19-impacting
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