Learning and insights about COVID-19


Learning and insights about COVID-19 / Coronavirus​​​​​​​

Here we’re bringing together what we're learning from our grantholders about their response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

We’re making sense of what we’re seeing and hearing at pace, so there’ll be things we’ve missed or haven't seen yet. Please share with us what you are doing so that this can help to enrich our learning.

We welcome comments or challenge, so that we can continuously improve and develop, and make this work practical and useful.

Please send feedback and suggestions to knowledge@tnlcommunityfund.org.uk

Latest blogposts

  • Taking climate action by tackling waste and championing sustainable consumption

    24 February, 2021

    Our recently launched second round of the Climate Action Fund has a clear focus on waste and sustainable consumption. From repair & re-use to food waste, from tackling a culture of consumerism to deep-dives on individual waste streams, we know that a wide range of community-led approaches are already being implemented across the UK in approaching this issue. We’re looking for exemplar projects which demonstrate how communities can work together to tackle the carbon emissions associated with an increasingly wasteful society. Read more
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    Nick Gardner and Madolyn Garnham

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  • February 2021 Update from our Interim CEO John Rose

    17 February, 2021

    We are already over a month in to 2021 and it’s clear that the COVID rollercoaster and the ongoing impact on people, communities and the sector is not going to end anytime soon. In this context, we are being careful to keep one eye on the ‘here and now’ and the other focussed on the future. Read more
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    John Rose

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  • Andy Haldane: Social capital is the glue that binds communities together

    28 January, 2021

    Past pandemics have tended to collapse the capital on which capitalism is built: physical capital, human capital and financial capital. Yet there is one capital that, historically and currently, has bucked these trends: social capital. Read more
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    Andy Haldane

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