A blog by Richard Sagar, Policy Manager at the Charity Finance Group
Many commentators (including the CFG chief executive) have written on the wider concerns, both financial and otherwise, that civil society organisations are having to consider due to Coronavirus. There is a wealth of technical documents outlining eligibility criteria of the varied business support measures, so this blog will not attempt to replicate either of these, but will instead look at an area which has received relatively little attention, that of loans and charities during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
The author reviews some of the key issues charities might want to consider when looking at these schemes, and some of the remaining practical issues charities are experiencing that aren’t necessarily addressed in the myriad of guidance, webinars and FAQs.
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