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Charity...at home.  Now more than ever do we need your help.  Our local charities are facing great uncertainty and unimagined challenges.  Many of the people they support provide much needed service to our most vulnerable and those ranks and needs will grow exponentially over the next 6-9 months.  

Inevitably, these new interventions will place a considerable strain on our community's resources which is why we are turning to you, as a generous and compassionate supporter of our community, today. We know that at the moment your greatest concern will be for your loved ones, but we do hope you are in a position to help people who have so few resources of their own with which to mitigate the inevitable impact of the virus.

Please will you consider helping us step up our efforts to help our community during this incredibly difficult period, by giving today?

 

The global nature of this terrible pandemic is a humbling reminder of our common humanity and vulnerability. That is why we are determined we must continue to be there for the families and communities we work with over the weeks and months to come, when they may need us more than ever before. Thank you so much for anything you are able to give.  Every gift matters.

We are here for you to make your giving as effective and simple as possible.  The fact you are thinking of others, at what is a worrying and difficult time for us all, speaks volumes of your kindness and fellow feeling. We believe that the generosity of spirit shown in making a gift at this critical time is the bedrock of what is good about this community, and will be what helps us all get through this current crisis together.

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