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We know how important Ramadan and Eid are for all our Muslim communities. This year, Ramadan falls somewhere near 23/24 April to 22/23 May. However, this year it will be practiced differently to make sure everyone is safe and remains healthy. Our 2020 Haref Ramadan prayer calendar this year is available as an online version only. We are not printing any calendars due to the current government restrictions in place with the Coronavirus.

Job title:

Marketing and Communications Officer (maternity cover)

Salary:

The salary is currently £26,993 per annum

Hours:

37 hours per week. There is a flexitime system in operation

Contract type:

Temporary Maternity Cover

Reports to:

Chief Executive

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Connected Voice, Higham House, Higham Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8AF 

 

Last updated: 31 March 2020

With the country in 'lockdown' and many people feeling understandably anxious about their health, employment, family and friends, it is more important than ever to share helpful advice resources for managing everyone's mental health and wellbeing.

Last updated: 31 March 2020

As the spread of coronavirus has resulted in major changes and disruption to our daily lives, sadly we've seen a huge increase in the number of scams and cyber crime.

Last updated: 31 March 2020

Please see below important information regarding any recent changes to support for vulnerable people in Newcastle during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Last updated: 2 April 2020

We've had an amazing community response to the COVID-19 outbreak, with huge numbers of people willing to volunteer to help out in their local community.

Last updated: 31 March 2020

Following the government announcement on Friday with regards to various support our team in Charity Business Services has provided information below that may be of assistance to your organisation.

We were delighted to see this morning that charity staff are included as key workers in the government’s latest guidance about childcare and school settings remaining open. However this is not the case for all charities. The guidance is clear that key worker status applies to staff who are in a position of providing key frontline services (or who are involved in the COVID-19 emergency response).

This guidance is based on the situation as of today 17 March.

We’re following the Government guidance on reducing unnecessary social contact that might risk transmission of the virus in the community. Here’s our best advice based on our own experience, and what we know many organisations have already put into place

Last updated: 23 March 2020

Following the latest news that we must all stay home and work from home where possible, it’s important we all take steps to prevent the spread of the illness, and support our staff and volunteers in different ways.