Mental Health of charity staff: free resources to help improve well-being

Published on: Wednesday, 17th February 2021

Recent studies have indicated that the COVID-19 pandemic is having a negative impact on the mental health of charity workers.

Ecclesiastical’s Charity Risk Barometer study found that nearly half of charities see staff burnout amid the Covid-19 pandemic as “a significant threat” to their operations, with remote working, redundancies and increased demand taking their toll on the mental health of charity staff.

Another study carried out by Third Sector found that 9 in 10 charity workers say they have felt stressed, overwhelmed or burnout over the past year.

With the mental health and wellbeing of charity staff an increasing concern, BHIB Charities Insurance have put together a list of free resources. 

These can help your charity to better understand mental health in the your workplace and put measures in place to improve the wellbeing of your workers and volunteers.

Click here for FREE resources to help improve well-being of charity staff

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