There are large amounts of data available from government and official sources, which tell us about the health and economic vulnerability of certain places and communities.
NPC have taken some of that data and built tables that help to show the places that are currently suffering the most from Covid-19, and those that have underlying factors—such as age, health and the economy—which may put them at risk.
In the first stage of this data release, they have also included data from their previous research on local charity density (you will see this in the tables labelled ‘Proportions’). They are hoping to add more charity data, and data from other social organisations fighting the crisis, like mutual aid groups and social enterprises. The intention is to help to inform funders of where there may be gaps in local-level charity capacity, compared to some of the indicators of risk and need.
You can find the information here (opens in a new tab)