Coping with Covid-19: Your messages of support for journalism22/05/2020
The last couple of months have perhaps been the most challenging in the history of British journalism. For many journalists, the Covid-19 outbreak had an immediate impact as their work stopped and income dried up overnight. We’ve been buoyed by many generous donations and messages from our incredible supporters, and we wanted to share a selection with you.
Lockdown live with Alastair Campbell: Staying strong & making sense of the new normal08/05/2020
Join Alastair Campbell @campbellclaret for an hour of candid chat on mental health, coping in lockdown and the future of British journalism.
The online meet-up will be hosted by BBC Radio & TV presenter Frances Finn @francesfinnshow with an opportunity for you to ask a question.
Royal approval: Queen highlights Journalists’ Charity appeal07/05/2020
Her Majesty the Queen has added Her support to the Journalists’ Charity’s drive to recognise the role of journalism during the Covid-19 crisis, with a series of messages posted on the Royal Family’s twitter account.
Join us: show your support for journalists & journalism29/04/2020
The Journalists’ Charity has launched a campaign aimed at celebrating the role of journalists from all sectors during the Covid-19 crisis, highlighting the ongoing efforts to keep audiences up to date with the latest information and developments.
Remembering our supporter & friend Lynn Faulds Wood29/04/2020
Lynn Faulds Wood, the brilliant journalist, broadcaster and health campaigner was fearless and funny, warm and wise. A good friend to anyone with a grievance or in need of help, it seems fitting that just before she had the massive stroke on Thursday night, which led to her death, she had been outside her Twickenham home clapping for NHS and care workers.
Journalists’ Charity & WiJ Online meet up: Bryony Gordon answers your questions15/04/2020
The writer and mental health campaigner Bryony Gordon joined journalists’ charity supporters in an online meet up to talk life, work and coping with lockdown. The charity’s special award winner talks candidly about living with addiction, dealing with depression, and forming a friendship with Prince Harry.
How you can get assistance during coronavirus?07/04/2020
If you’re struggling because of Coronavirus, the Journalists’ Charity is here for you. We understand that individual circumstances vary, and there’s some uncertainty about who qualifies for government support and when that support might become available.
The Journalists’ Charity Special Award: Winner03/04/2020
Bryony Gordon, of the Daily Telegraph, has been honoured with the Journalists’ Charity Special award at the National Press Awards which were announced today by the Society of Editors.