Corona Virus Emergency Response | Supporting Elderly & Vulnerable
The spread of the Coronavirus in the world has left us speechless with 2531,804 cases and making 174,336 die in the world (updated 24th April 2020). The UK the number of cases have reached to nearly 129,044 and confirmed number of total death to 17,37(updated 24th April 2020) so far. Here at Cap Foundation, we believe that we have a responsibility to engage all citizens and support our most vulnerable people in our communities.
The situation is ever evolving but, with your support, we can lighten the burden of those most in need. We are currently working to respond to the crisis in the UK, and globally to help vulnerable families worldwide.
The coronavirus has made our elderly at home more vulnerable and limiting them to go out for shopping and for many other important aspects of their lives. Our front line and the NHS staff are working tirelessly day and night to save lives.
Cap Foundation is delivering humanitarian work nationally and internationally to tackle poverty through emergency disaster management, education, sustainability and health.
We at Cap Foundation worried but excited to support the elderly and vulnerable by providing food parcel support individuals and families that are struggling to go out for shopping
– Identify the elderly through community and local authority
– Identity the elderly on low income
– identify single parents
– Partnering with suppliers and supermarkets
– Financial Resources
– people power/resources/Volunteers
– Support the homeless at shelters
– Deliver food packs to elderly at home
– Monitoring and evaluation
– Security food for the elderly & vulnerable
– Decrease uncertainty and panic
– Look after the elderly and vulnerable’s health and well-being
– Bring confidence to elderly and single parents
We have organised volunteers with vehicle to drop off food parcels to elderly and vulnerable in the following London Boroughs:
- Tower Hamlets
- Barking & Dagenham
We are following government guidelines in all of our projects to ensure everyone stays healthy and safe by using the PPE.
Sam Tarry the local MP for Ilford South and A Noor the CEO of Cap Foundation delivering food parcels in the London Borough of Redbridge.
The community, local business owners and political leaders can play an important role in the partnership to serve our elderly who’s at greater risk and are vulnerable. Let’s contribute and support this campaign together as that’s what makes us one community caring for each other.
Food pack items:
Tin foods, cereals, rice, oil, sugar, tea bags, milk powder, biscuit, soap
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