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Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership leads COVID-19 research

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Dr Carol Jacklin-Jarvis, Director of the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership (CVSL), is part of a consortium awarded £44,000 by the Lloyds Bank Foundation for a four-month research project, ‘The Value of Small Charities in the Response To and Recovery From the COVID-19 Pandemic’.

The project will develop and analyse four case studies and produce a final report aimed at local authorities to evidence the role of small charities in the recovery from the pandemic.

The team, which includes Sheffield Hallam and Wolverhampton universities and the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR), was invited to submit a proposal based on their previous research funded by the Foundation which created a Value of Small Charities Framework.

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