Andrew Seager, Executive Director at Citizens Advice, shares 10 reasons to re-evaluate your charity's finances this year.
Although there were lots of common trends throughout the pandemic - from making banana bread (not one I ever fully understood) to the constant use of the phrase ‘you’re on mute’ - one thing that varied hugely from person to person was how we individually dealt with the challenges of the pandemic to our mental health and wellbeing. At the heart of any charity is a group of passionate individuals coming together to support others and improve people’s lives. Supporting staff and volunteers to do their job, and understanding their different needs, over the last year has been more crucial than ever. But continuing to focus on the wellbeing of our people shouldn’t go away when the pandemic ends; it should continually be at the forefront of our minds as charity leaders.
4. To ensure you are resilient