This is a question and answer podcast with the charity Cranstoun. It is the fourth in a series of case study interviews which further explore the impact of the coronavirus crisis on individual charities. Cranstoun believe that everyone should have the opportunity to live healthy, safe and happy lives. They offer a wide range of services across England, including community-based substance misuse services, supported housing services, and domestic abuse services.
With Cranstoun, we discussed digital innovation, funding cuts, contracts and how they are feeling about the future. You can listen to our discussions in the podcast interview with Peter Glass below.
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For more from NPC on how philanthropists should respond to the coronavirus crisis, read our guidance here. Or if you work for a charity and you are looking for advice and resources on what to do now and in the coming months, take a look at our Covid-19 charity toolkit. For all of our coronavirus resources, visit thinkNPC.org/coronavirusHow has Covid-19 affected service delivery and charity contracts? This podcast interview with a substance misuse, supported housing, and domestic abuse charity shares some interesting insights Click To Tweet