Government launches digital portal to help charities strengthen safeguarding
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
Xercise4Less
Competitive
Newcastle-under-Lyme, UK
Everyone Active
Competitive hourly rate
Sutton-in-Ashfield , United Kingdom
truGym
Competitive
Nationwide, United Kingdom
énergie group
Self-employed
Southwark SE1, UK

Government launches digital portal to help charities strengthen safeguarding

Job opportunities
training opportunity
Les Mills
location: Nationwide, United Kingdom
more jobs

The UK government has launched an online portal aimed at strengthening its support to charities handling safeguarding concerns or allegations.

The portal offers a step by step guide to help charities correctly manage their concerns, identify the right people to contact if needed and access helpful resources and advice.

Funded by the DCMS and the National Lottery Community Fund, the £1.2m portal will also offer free factsheets, practical tools, podcasts and videos to promote a good safeguarding culture in charities.

"It's absolutely right that charities have access to the best advice and guidance for dealing with any safeguarding concerns," said baroness Barran, minister for civil society.

"Charities must be safe spaces for everyone - be that those who use their important services, volunteers or employees."

The funding which has enabled the creation of the portal was first announced by former minister for sport Tracey Crouch in October 2018.

• To access the portal, click here.

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
The UK government has launched an online portal aimed at strengthening its support to charities handling safeguarding concerns or allegations.
SAR
imagesX/THUMB344436_407759_52714.jpg
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester Metropolitan University