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COVID-19: A Guide to Furloughing
April 16, 2020March 31, 2021
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COVID-19: A Guide to Furloughing

A practical guide on furloughing during the UK’s COVID-19 crisis This document aims to provide some practical advice on furloughing for Muslim organisations. Furloughing has been introduced by the government as part of its series of responses to the Coronavirus outbreak. The government strategy includes asking all non-essential workers to remain at home to help...

Webinar: To Furlough or Not to Furlough?
April 14, 2020March 31, 2021
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Webinar: To Furlough or Not to Furlough?

This webinar delivered on 9th April 2020, provided guidance and support for charities on the process of furloughing staff, including basic FAQ’s, strategic considerations and organisational requirements to begin the process. The webinar was delivered by – Nasir Rafiq (Chartered Accountant) and Omar Rashid (MCIPD). Facilitated by Madiha Raza (Head of WF-Aid and Trustee of...

COVID-19: Keeping Safe When Volunteering
April 13, 2020April 20, 2021
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COVID-19: Keeping Safe When Volunteering

A practical guide on how to keep safe when volunteering during the Coronavirus pandemic This document aims to provide some practical advice on how Muslim organisations can ensure the safety of their volunteers who are supporting the most vulnerable of our society during this pandemic. We are consistently reviewing the situation on the ground and...

Volunteer Webinar COVID-19
April 3, 2020April 3, 2020
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Volunteer Webinar COVID-19

Volunteers are the backbone of all charities responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Keeping them safe and enabling them to perform a role to support communities in need, with the right guidelines in place is vitally important. This Volunteer Webinar delivered by MCF with the brilliant know how and skills shared by Abdullah from Islamic Relief...

Keeping Your Volunteers Safe
April 2, 2020May 11, 2020
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Keeping Your Volunteers Safe

This page aims to provide some practical advice on how Muslim organisations can ensure the safety of their volunteers who are supporting the most vulnerable of our society during this pandemic. We are consistently reviewing the situation on the ground and will produce new guidelines as and when the situation changes.  It is vital to acknowledge that in order to...

COVID-19: Together We Can Overcome
March 20, 2020March 27, 2020
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COVID-19: Together We Can Overcome

A practical guide on how your charity can help to develop a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This document has been developed to provide guidance for Muslim charities in the UK in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic, also referred to as the ‘coronavirus’. The virus is believed to have originated in the city Wuhan...

COVID-19: Protecting Your Charity
March 17, 2020March 27, 2020
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COVID-19: Protecting Your Charity

This document has been developed to provide guidance for Muslim charities in the UK in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, also referred to as the ‘coronavirus’. The virus is believed to have originated in the city Wuhan in the Hubei province of China. Though full knowledge of the specifics of the virus is still...

The second issue of MCF’s Journal, The Forum, is now available!
January 20, 2020April 3, 2020
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The second issue of MCF’s Journal, The Forum, is now available!

We are excited to announce the release of the second issue of the Muslim charity sector’s first journal. MCF’s journal, The Forum, was developed to provide a more formal space where research into our sector is encouraged and valued, and space where we can foster healthy discussions, debates and also highlight issues and topics of...

Press Release: Muslim charities respond to South Yorkshire Flooding
December 17, 2019January 9, 2020
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Press Release: Muslim charities respond to South Yorkshire Flooding

PRESS RELEASE Muslim charities respond to South Yorkshire flooding In early November, Northern England experienced widespread flooding. Over 1000 properties have been affected, and residents were evacuated from their homes. Sadly, families may need to wait at least six to twelve months to get back to normal. Many families have full or part cover insurance,...