This is a video question and answer session with the charity the Royal Association for Deaf people. It is the third in a series of case study interviews which further explore the impact of the coronavirus crisis on individual charities. Royal Association for Deaf people provides services to Deaf people in their first language, usually British Sign Language (BSL), and supports organisations to be more accessible to Deaf people.
We asked Royal Association for Deaf people some questions about funding, their users, and their experience of continuing to serve Deaf people throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. You can watch the responses in the video interview with Sue Mountford below.
Our thanks to Royal Association for Deaf people for providing the subtitles and the BSL for this video.
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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 the pandemic affected Deaf people and charities which provide services for them? This video interview shares some innovations which other charities may find useful Click To Tweet