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Coronavirus: Updates and Insights

With the second wave of coronavirus continuing to affect the least well-off in Wales, we’re continuing our work to find lasting solutions to poverty and inequality.

It’s thanks to the generosity of our supporters that we have been able to continue our level of activity over the past few months.

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Up-to-date comment and analysis

We’re continuing to publish regular articles on our website:

  • to highlight hidden impacts of the pandemic, whether it is on people with MS or workers in retail
  • to explore lessons from lockdown, as public bodies have made unprecedented changes to policy and services.

We’ve also produced in-depth analysis of the impact of the outbreak on people, businesses and communities:

Webinars and talks

Our programme of online webinars and talks will continue throughout the Autumn. You can watch our past webinars on demand or book onto our upcoming webinars on our Events page.

Your help

We recognise that many people’s finances have been stretched during the outbreak. But if you would like to help us continue our work, we’d be delighted to welcome you as a supporter. Find out more here

Alternatively, if you’d like to give a one-off donation, we’d be very grateful. You can also give by texting BEVANF and the amount you wish to give to 70085 (so BevanF10 would donate £10).

We also offer a great package for organisations providing invaluable insights and opportunities to network and learn.

You can also raise funds for us for free by shopping online for your essentials via Amazon Smile or with over 4,000 retailers on Give as you live

Working arrangements

We’ve changed how we work during the outbreak.  If you’d like to contact us, please email us, ring our office number 01685 350938 or tweet us @bevanfoundation.

Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time.

In Print

Exchange Magazine »

Exchange 17: Autumn 2020

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! This bumper issue reflects on the impact of Coronavirus on Wales’ economy and society, and highlights some ways forward to recover, renew and reset Wales in its aftermath. This issue includes articles by: Darren […] »

Events »

Friday Connect: May 2021

We warmly invite you to our latest informal discussion – Friday Connect Many of us feel we have too many online meetings, but they can also be a great way of connecting with others especially when we can’t meet in […] »