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30 March 2020

The Coronavirus Community Fund

The Coronavirus Community Fund has been set up to support groups and organisations working with the following communities and issues and that are affected by coronavirus; 

·  Older people (aged over 50) 

·  Those at increased risk, particularly in relation to poor mental health and wellbeing   

·  Vulnerable isolated people and families, particularly those living in rural areas

We've raised £450K to date and distributed £195k already - since launch on Monday! Some examples of the work being supported include;

- ‘Good morning’ services re-organising so that they can keep regularly phone isolated people from home rather than from their offices - when the list of demand is ‘growing by the hour’

- Local communities co-ordinating what the GP, the pharmacist, the store are doing to provide the best support to the vulnerable

- A community freezer!

- A flood of new volunteers offering to help

- “already we’ve set up a local helpline”

- Organised food donations and distribution around a rural area

Full details of how to apply to the fund are on our homepage


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