This campaign ran from May 2020 to March 2021. In response to the pandemic, organisations across the voluntary and community sector threw all their resources into supporting people and communities to survive, to have enough food and access to medicines, to stay safe and combat isolation. This campaign showed that the work they do was #NeverMoreNeeded – but that those organisations also needed support, as they risked their long-term survival to meet short-term need. The #NeverMoreNeeded campaign has now ended but we will keep the resources and information here available until the end of December 2021.
Never more needed
As we navigate the worst impacts of the outbreak, people across the country are relying on the work of charities, the essential support they provide and how they shape our society for the better.
So many people deserve our thanks – they have come forward to give their time, skills and money to help charities keep doing what they do best, and making a positive impact on people’s lives and our communities.
We’ll all continue to rely on the expertise and experience of our charity and voluntary groups in the recovery effort that lies ahead.
The government cannot afford to overlook or undervalue the not for profit sector at the moment.
A unique role
Charities and other not-for-profit organisations make our communities stronger.
In the toughest times, we provide support no-one else can.
Our unique role and services are invaluable right now and will be essential when our country begins to heal and re-build as we recover from the initial coronavirus outbreak. Read More