LCR Cares Beneficiaries

Recipients of grant payments include:

Torrington Drive Community Association

Helping Halewood Project to support vulnerable residents that are suffering from isolation due to the Coronavirus. The grant will cover staff, volunteer expenses, costs for the meals and equipment.

Brunswick Youth Club

Emergency response programme to support the community while they are locked down due to Coronavirus by delivering food parcels to the vulnerable. The grant will be used for food boxes, volunteer costs and coordinator costs.

Gallier House C.I.C

To continue group centre running due to loss of fundraising income – in order to deliver suicide interventions and bereavement from suicide support.

Wirral Society Blind & Partially Sighted

Set up a support service through phone and video calls to support vulnerable people in the community due to the Coronavirus outbreak. sessional costs and volunteer expenses.

Age UK Mid Mersey

Provide emergency bag drop of basic food supplies and telephone wellbeing checks for vulnerable members in the community. The grant will be used for staff, volunteer costs ad items for the food bags.

Listening Ear

Provide telephone counselling for vulnerable community members. The grant will be used for staff, counselling, telephone equipment and software.

The Florence Institute Trust Limited

Provide food and essential items packages to vulnerable families. The grant will be used for volunteer expenses, staff and items for the food packages.

Litherland Youth and Community Centre

Provide food parcels, including toiletries twice a week to vulnerable members of the community. The grant will be used for items for the food parcels.

Creative Health Initiatives CIC

Deliver a range of hot meals to local individuals and families during the Covid crisis. The grant will be used for staff, volunteer expenses, ingredients and bills.

Big Help Project

To pay for the food for the foodbank for up to one week.

Tailored Advice Services in Communities

To continue delivering advice to existing and new clients over the phone. Funding will cover the costs for two advisers for an additional 10hrs per week over 12 weeks as well as stationery, postage and printer ink costs.

Apostolic Church

To deliver food packages to those in need. Funding will cover volunteer travel expenses, food and essentials for packages and protective equipment, sanitiser etc.

Granby Toxteth Development Trust

To provide emergency food and health packs to the most vulnerable and elderly in the community.

The Brain Charity

Provide on the phone counselling sessions for vulnerable community members to help reduce the impact of isolation. The grant will be used for salary costs.

City of Liverpool Football Club

To maintain the group’s delivery service to vulnerable and isolated residents. Funding would contribute towards volunteer costs including travel, overheads including rent and cleaning costs and purchase of wholesale items to be delivered.

Micah Liverpool

Funding will support the continuation of the foodbank by covering staff costs for 12 weeks and additional food and essential items.

Galloway’s Society for the Blind

To relieve the loneliness of 389 blind/partially-sighted people in Sefton who use the service regularly. Funding will contribute towards the costs of two sight loss advisors, a Talking News coordinator and a Communications coordinator to continue the service via audio and other means.

Citadel Arts

Deliver a virtual programme for vulnerable people in the community, this will be a way to improve mental health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus Crisis. The grant will be used for performer costs and facilitator costs.

Liverpool Six Community Association

Provide food packages and general essentials to vulnerable members of the community. The grant will be used for volunteer expenses.

The Opening Doors Project

Provide the online activities for families and continue to deliver the emergency foodbank. The grant will be used for travel costs, items for the foodbank and marketing\.

St Joseph’s Hospice

To protect staff and patients during the virus.  Funding will cover the costs of face masks, disposable gloves and disposable aprons.

Norris Green Community Alliance

Provide food packages for vulnerable community members. The grant will be used to pay one staff member to support the volunteers with deliveries of food and packing and answering the telephone.

Liverpool Community Advice

Provide financial wellbeing checks and offer specialist advice for vulnerable members of the community. The grant will be used for staff, stationary, rent and equipment.

The Whitechapel Centre

Support with daily welfare visits and regular food and toiletry parcels. There will also be telephone calls to vulnerable people. The grant will be used for travel, salary and items for the parcels.

Porchfield Community Association

Offer emergency food and care parcels to the most vulnerable and provide online and telephone support to help reduce isolation. The grant will be used for staff, food package items and telephone costs.

Open 360

To offer remote wellbeing support, advice and connectivity for current and former participants during Covid-19 crisis as well as meals delivered to beneficiaries who are having to isolate.

Citizens Advice Halton

The grant will be used to provide secure encrypted ICT kit to up to 6 trained advisers that will help when dealing with telephone enquiries.

Halton Play Council

Use social media platforms to help reduce isolation in young people that are struggling due to the Coronavirus. The grant will be used for staff and phone costs.

Nightstop Communities Northwest CIC

Provide support, food and toiletries to vulnerable community members that cannot go out due to the coronavirus.

Halewood Youth In Community Centre

Deliver food and activity parcels over an initial twelve week period across the Halewood area. The grant will be used for travel food and items for activity packs.

Thred

To deliver online support sessions for dementia sufferers in Liverpool.  Funding will cover administration and facilitation costs, shopping vouchers and a Zoom subscription.

Voice of Nations

Provide online mental health wellbeing workshops and support for women. The grant will be used for staff and equipment costs to deliver sessions.

Ibijoke Children Foundation UK

To deliver food and essential household items as well as providing support and advice over the phone and online.  Funding will cover volunteer costs, laptops and mobile phones.

Alder Hey Children’s NHS Trust

Provide an enhanced online counselling service for vulnerable people. The grant will be used to employee Assistance Programme for two months.

Liverpool Community Launderette t/a Kitty’s Launderette

Provide the Foodbank voucher scheme for vulnerable families in the community.

 Dovecot Princess Drive Community Association

Distribute food to people in the area. The grant will be used for purchasing food stock.

Bridge2

To provide communication and online activities for asylum seekers and refugees. Funding will cover administration and facilitation costs as well as Zoom and teaching resources.

Congolese Association of Merseyside

Deliver food/care package with essential items the delivery to families / or vulnerable people will be done by the group.

BEE Wirral CIC

To buy food wholesale for food bags which volunteers will deliver to families and individuals who are self isolating. Budget to cover cost of purchasing food and cycle safety for volunteers such as cycling helmets.

Power in Partnership

To provide an emergency virtual classroom to students so they can continue learning and to provide food vouchers to vulnerable people.

The Cotton Street Project     

The grant will go towards three months of running costs. To take homeless people off the street, address their addiction and mental health needs and train them in an employability skill.

RAISE Limited

To support non-housing association clients with access to welfare rights and food vouchers/essential items.

Marie Curie    

To continue providing advice and support online, over the phone and via email.

Chasing the Stigma   

Provide yoga sessions, meditation, fun activities like lock-down bingo and quizzes for vulnerable isolated people. The grant will be used for staff costs.

KFCA  

To enable KFCA to deliver a community support plan in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. To fund tele-befriending, shopping service, emergency food provision and children’s lunches.

Compassion Acts       

Grassroots poverty reduction group tackling food poverty and providing debt and benefits advice. Funding will be used for foodbank, coordinator costs and additional cleaning costs.

The Independence Initiative 

The funding will be used to maintain running costs in group housing units including a backlog in rent. It will also pay for the top-up food and other household goods that group normally provide via donations. To avoid people making themselves homeless, to manage and reduce levels of anxiety amongst residents and community members and to prevent food poverty.

Impetro CIC   

To support vulnerable and isolated members of the community by providing care packages including essential personal hygiene items.

Chrysalis Centre for Change 

Provide a bereavement support group and Key carers therapy group. The grant will be used for two qualified counsellors.

Positive Life Workshops CIC 

Provide well-being items crafts products and snacks/treats and online activity sessions for vulnerable community members. The grant will be used for staff, items for the boxes, equipment and advertising.

Wirral Hospice St John’s       

Grant to cover core costs of providing palliative care.

THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPT 

To purchase PPE, flasks and food containers in order to provide food to people who are socially isolating.

St Paul’s Church Widnes       

To fund membership of Fareshare and purchase freezer so church can continue to provide food for local families.

Savera UK      

Provide items to vulnerable people that are struggling due to the coronavirus. The grant will be used for volunteer expenses and items for emergency packs.

Feedback (Global Feedback Ltd.)     

Provide food to vulnerable members of the community that are struggling due to isolation. The grant will be used for staff and food package ingredients.

Merseyside Play Action Council       

To put together, make up and distribute up to 1000 activity play packs for families facing additional hardships through financial and other forms of crisis.

K.I.N.D

To enable group to provide 150 food parcels for struggling local children and families during Covid-19 crisis.

Merseyside Domestic Violence Services      

To maintain service delivery by covering a proportion of costs and additional hours of facilitators, front line safety workers, administration, equipment and social media development needed to meet an ever growing demand for services.

Granby Somali Womens Group        

The project will focus on those who are self-isolating and provide nutritional health meals twice weekly, along with twice weekly calls in their community languages to check the mental health of those in self-isolation.

Personal Success       

To address isolation of BME elderly and vulnerable persons who have being locked down due to coronavirus lockdown. The proposed service is to offer Community Calls.

Cogs Education          

To enable group to deliver online creative activities to enable people to express and deal with experiences of the pandemic.

City of Liverpool Young Men’s Christian Association          

The grant will cover staff costs and ingredients for food packages.

Deafness Resource Centre Limited  

Provide online services to support vulnerable community members to help reduce isolation. the grant will be used for staff, travel and equipment.

Hope Centre  

Provide support for vulnerable people in the community by supporting the foodbank and the digital skills and Breathe Mental Health courses.

St Helens District Citizens Advice Bureau    

To improve Citizens Advice Adviceline response rates and to secure investment for urgently needed laptops and mobile phones.

SWAN Women’s Centre        

Provide telephone/online counselling or telephone support to vulnerable people. The grant will be used for staff costs.

Veterans Community Force Halton CIC        

Buy and distribute food and other much needed items to local vulnerable and elderly residents. The grant will be used for staff, volunteer costs, transport and items for the packages.

Halton Carers Centre Ltd      

Purchase technology and equipment to allow working from out of the office to provide online support.

Knowsley Community Hub Incredible Edible Knowsley      

Help people to grow seedlings in their gardens which is helping people who are having to isolate. The grant will be used to help contribute towards salary to manage the project as well as volunteer refreshments, PPE, delivery, seeds, compost and pots.

NSC Care Ltd  

To deliver an amended service in line with social distancing and guidance. Costs include home visits, transport and food parcels for participants to take home.

Merseyside Jewish Community Care

To provide food and essentials packages and provide telephone support to the most vulnerable in the Jewish community. The group would also like to provide crisis grants.

The Reader    

To purchase food to allow the group to continue delivering to the most vulnerable members of society.

Amadudu       

To cover staff costs, management costs and increased cleaning costs in order to continue resettling service for families fleeing domestic violence.

Everton in the Community   

To cover the costs of food parcels and essentials, online sessions and support and advice.

Triple C

To fund two Children and Family Workers to keep in touch with vulnerable families and provide them with essentials during the pandemic.

Unity Community Association          

Provide education support packs and fresh fruit for families that are finding it hard to cope with lock down. The grant will be used for volunteers, items for the packs and fruit.

Netherton Feelgood Factory

Food delivery to vulnerable people self-isolating and helping with essential items. The grant will be used for staff, volunteer, travel, equipment and telephone costs.

Orrell Trust    

To continue supporting the local community by signposting to relevant providers and suppliers as well as offering telephone and online support and sessions.

Rapid Response North West

To cover the costs of suicide patrols, food delivery and volunteer expenses.

Wirral Unplugged      

To pay towards staff, publicity and printing costs for #FairyTrollPost which is a unique, personal and exciting letter and craft exchange which started in March 2020 as a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

AJ AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION        

To pay towards PPE, volunteers costs, insurance and BACP membership in order to continue counselling service.

Wigzee Woo Ltd        

Provide Wigzee Woo packs to community members. The grant will be used for staff and equipment.

The Initiative Factory

To contribute to welfare benefits advice service facing increased demand due to Covid-19 crisis.

The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of St Peter Woolton   

To fund two part-time staff to deliver community resilience work over 12 weeks.

Sefton OPERA

Provide mental health support to vulnerable older people by providing equipment and mindfulness DVDs. The grant will be used for volunteers and equipment.

Eastham Community Group 

To support elderly and vulnerable residents in Eastham through regular phone calls and by buying essential shopping. The grant will be used to bring back their part-time manager from furlough to lead on increased demand and pay for food and toiletries for residents.

Workers’ Educational Association    

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

Big Help Project         

To provide the most vulnerable members of society with internet access and enabled devices.

Granby Toxteth Development Trust

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

Rotunda Ltd   

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

The Greenbank Project         

To provide the most vulnerable members of society with internet access and enabled devices.

Speke Training & Education Centre Ltd       

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

Everton Development Trust 

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

Big Issue In The North Trust 

Support vulnerable community members by helping to purchase essential items. The grant will also be used for salary costs to offer support.

Migrant Workers Sefton Community

Offer support to vulnerable people that will help them through this difficult time due to the Coronavirus. They will help by offering a helpline and offer foodbank vouchers . The grant will cover foodbank vouchers and staff costs.

The Inclusion Network

Emergency project to support young people and families by providing weekly food bags. the grant will be used for sessional costs and ingredients for food bags.

Bradbury Fields – services for blind and partially sighted people

Use telephone calls to help with vulnerable members of the community which will support them to feel less isolated and improve wellbeing. The grant will be used for staff costs, equipment and room hire.

Croxteth and Gillmoss Community Federation

Support for food through our food pantry centre delivery service, Food vouchers with local grocery store collect and deliver, hygiene packs and telephone support services. The grant will be used for staff, volunteer expenses and equipment/items.

Shoreline Church

Purchase food for clients as they are unable to leave the house due to Coronavirus outbreak.

Breckfield & North Everton Neighbourhood Council

Support the most vulnerable people in the community by funding an emergency food & Hygiene packs for individual. The grant will be used for travel, insurance and marketing costs.

Local Solutions

Provide support via phone/Whats App/video call to members of the Hub as due to the Coronavirus they are feeling isolated. The grant will be used for additional internet data, food, utility, other emergency costs and for tablets

Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation

The grant will be used for staff costs to keep the ‘ask the nurse’ service up and running.

Koala North West (previously known as Home-Start Wirral, change of name 1/4/20)

To offer support via bespoke telephone and video calls for parents with young children and pregnant women and to deliver food and essentials to those most in need. Funding would cover staff costs, a laptop with camera and the costs of food and essentials.

Liverpool Homeless Football Club

Deliver food parcels, family supplies, feminine hygiene products and offer coaching support via online services. The grant will be used for volunteer expenses and items for the parcels.

Garston Adventure Playground

Provide food, essentials and activity packs to people in the community, the activity pack will be so that people are able to join in with online youth club sessions. The grant will be used for staff costs, ingredients and materials.

Daisy Inclusive UK

The grant is to cover revenue lost as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak and pay for staff costs to keep the foodbank up and running.

Womens Health Information & Support Centre (WHISC)

Provide support for vulnerable members of the group via the phone, this will help to reduce isolation. The grant will be used for staff, Management overheads contribution towards phone bill costs.

Autism Adventures Training Ltd Community Interest Company

Provide workshop videos to vulnerable members of the community that are struggling with isolation. The grant will be used for instructors, food vouchers and staff costs.

The Local Carers Network

Provide an online platform to support families in who have disabled children and offer food packages.

Care Merseyside

Provide a service for vulnerable people in the community by offering wellbeing videos and telephone calls. The grant will be used for salary, phone bills and website developments.

VENUS

Deliver essential food and other items to vulnerable women and families. Costs covered include travel, gas and electricity, toiletries, cleaning products, food, toys for children and office stationery etc.

Wirral Youth Zone

Provide sessions for vulnerable people and offer food, hygiene and arts/craft equipment. The grant will be used for staff and equipment for the packs.

St. Leonards Youth & Community Centre

Provide support to local residents by using the funding to run South Sefton Foodbank.

Marine in the Community

Deliver food, activities and hygiene packages and arrange transport for vulnerable people in the community. The grant will be used for salary, transport, equipment and food items.

Widnes & Runcorn Cancer Support Group

Support vulnerable people in the community that are affected by Cancer. The grant will be used for support our work, cover IT support, equipment, telephone call costs, postage costs.

CELLS Project CIC

Purchase resources to allow remote-working and distanced-support for vulnerable people in the community.

PLS Food Foundation

To purchase food from wholesalers to be distributed daily to those in need.

Merseyside Law Centre

Support with capital costs to transition from face-to-face services to over the phone.  Funding will cover laptops and mobile phones.

Riverside Credit Union

To transfer activities on-line to provide a fully functioning on-line service and a new app to benefit people who do not have a bank account.

Age UK Wirral

Purchase tablet computers that can be used for video calling so that vulnerable members in the community will feel more connected.

People First Merseyside

Provide an essential emotional support for people with learning disabilities that are struggling due to Coronavirus. The grant will be used for staff costs.

Ykids

To provide emergency support packages to children and families in Bootle.  Funding will cover the costs of making up the packages and their contents – food, toys, books etc.

Amy & Friends

To supply children with an activity box to keep them occupied during lockdown. Funding will cover the cost of one box per month over three months for 73 children.

Mersey Counselling and Therapy Centre

To continue providing counselling and support to those suffering from anxiety and depression, particularly those whose mental health is affected by COVID-19.  Funding will cover staff and administration costs.

Moulana Community CIC

To purchase and deliver essential food packages to asylum seekers in Liverpool. Funding will cover driver, packing staff and volunteer costs and fuel costs.

Tuebrook Hope Group

To deliver hampers to vulnerable people in the community.  Funding will cover food and cleaning products, masks and gloves and fuel costs.

Liverpool Somali Community

To deliver hot halal meals to the community and continue providing support over the phone. Funding will cover staff and volunteer costs as well as phone and rent costs.

Priority Youth Project

Deliver online services to vulnerable young people, this would be through mental health workshops, relaxation and daily physical sports sessions. The grant will be used for staff costs.

Home Start Knowsley

To purchase 4 laptops plus antivirus software to enable group to continue to deliver services for disadvantaged children and families remotely.

Centre 63

Provide meals and telephone support for vulnerable families. The grant will be used for salary, travel and food costs.

UB Forever Wellness CIC

To relieve the financial pressures of low-income families by providing three meals a day.  Funding will cover costs of food, rent of kitchen, protective equipment and travel expenses.

Acronym Community Enterprises (ACE)

To build a support network vulnerable people by providing a safe communication space for the participants to deliver essential items, and help people connect with their emotions, share experiences and develop resilience to cope with the current isolation challenges.

Maggie’s Merseyside

To continue delivering cancer support online.  Funding will cover specialist support wages at 40hrs per week.

Together Liverpool    

Provide support for struggling families and tackle food insecurity. The grant will be used for staff costs.

Tunzas Pride  

Provide food and essential items to vulnerable community members. The grant will be used for items for the packages and travel costs.

Park Farm ACYP Centre         

Provide emergency food hamper deliveries to our most vulnerable community members and telephone support for isolated people.

Neo Community Cafe and Catering  

Provide meals and food packages for vulnerable families in the community. The grant will be used for volunteer expenses, travel and ingredients.

kids activities and bootcamps          

To cover IT equipment and sessional staff costs to enable group to deliver a range of fun, inclusive on-line fitness/activity sessions to engage local people/families/community groups to stay active and support their physical and mental wellbeing.

St Cyrils Children & Youth Project    

Providing food parcels and hot lunches to vulnerable and elderly residents over 15 weeks.

Transform Lives Company    

Supporting people with mental health issues through online workshops, activities and direct support.

Friends of Kirkby Gallery & Prescot Museum          

To deliver art sessions online to reduce isolation and support freelance artists.

Anfield Breckfield Creative Development (Anfield Community Arts)        

To purchase a laptop so we can organise online support in the form of social media and video conferencing. To organise online activities to help reduce feelings of isolation.

Nugent

To purchase food and other groceries and supplies to enable group to keep food market active in supporting people in the Kirkdale and Liverpool communities.

West Everton Community Council   

To purchase food and fund a second foodbank worker.

Team Oasis    

Funding to cover staff costs and overheads while the group continues to deliver a service in line with national safety guidelines i.e. using online mediums and operating a delivery service and foodbank.

Liverpool Charity & Voluntary Services       

Funding to support the costs incurred to deliver the volunteering support project i.e. delivering food, shopping, picking up prescriptions and making calls to vulnerable individuals etc.

Comics Youth CIC      

To scale up activities over online platforms to improve the mental health of young people whilst in isolation.

Sefton CVS     

To pay associated street volunteer expenses, purchase emergency food supplies and / or shopping gift cards for those who may not be classed as vulnerable, shielded or self isolating and cannot access the food bank networks.

Autism Ventures       

To expand the WeGrow service and meet the growing demand for essential food supplies by purchasing a refrigeration unit.

Maximum Edge CIC   

Provide online support and packages of food and essential items for struggling families. the grant will be used for volunteer expenses and items for the packages.

Apex Charitable Trust Ltd     

To create wellbeing packs for vulnerable service users.

The Carrbridge Centre LTD   

To cover staff costs in order to continue supplying the local community with essentials and also to implement online broadcasting and activities.

Leasowe Play Youth & Community Association      

To purchase a glass top freezer to support the ‘meals on wheels’ facility and reduce food purchase costs.

Hype  

Provide an online-based social competition to keep young people active whilst on lockdown due to Coronavirus. The grant will be used for equipment and videos.

Wirral Mencap          

Local charity supporting adults with learning disability and their families across Wirral. To maintain service while the staff team are working from home.

Wirral Citizens Advice Bureau Limited (operating name Citizens Advice Wirral)  

To provide one-to-one advice on benefits, debt, bereavement etc. over the phone.

Myaware       

To keep the myasthenia community connected and to ensure people living with myasthenia know they are not alone, by enabling group to transfer support services to online and telephone provision for the remainder of the pandemic.

Recharge and Restore CIC    

Deliver a series of online training sessions to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable people that are struggling to cope with isolation.

Swanside Community Centre

To provide food and toiletry supplies to vulnerable community members that are struggling due to the lock down. The grant will be used for staff and equipment.

Positive Futures North Liverpool     

Funding to keep in touch with local young people and provide online activities to support their wellbeing.

Alt Valley Community Trust 

Use online services to help support people to combat isolation and deliver support packs. The grant will be used for staff and support packs.

VOLA Consortium      

To provide project management support to the delivery partners involved in the Get Yourself Online project.

Sefton CVS     

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

Torus Foundation      

To provide the most vulnerable members of the community with internet access and enabled devices.

The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St John, Widnes       

To be spent on resourcing families in Widnes, with equipment to help their children learn at home as well as craft supplies to give them a creative outlet and complete projects set by school.

Caring Connections   

Provide a phone service for people who have been bereaved by Covid 19. The grant will be used for sessional, phone and stationary costs.

Writing On The Wall 

To create an online initiative: ‘The Writer’s Bloc: Community & Creativity’ to support and build community online. This will be the umbrella for a series of creative projects supporting the mental health, wellbeing, and social engagement of individuals and communities, representing a high number of BAME, and other vulnerable people.

Homestart Southport & Formby      

Deliver food boxes and essential items to vulnerable community members that are struggling due to isolation and lock down. The grant will be used for items for the boxes.

Business for Youth in Newton-le-Willows   

Provide free school lunch packs for children who would usually receive free school meals.

The Seacombe Community Centre   

To collect and distribute food parcels and care hampers to residents who are struggling, either due to being socially isolated, or made unemployed or are financially worse off due to the virus.

Crea8ing Careers       

To cover the cost of redesigning service to support our vulnerable families. To pay for a Zoom subscription to enable group to offer virtual activities, workshops and support the mental health and wellbeing of the families they support.

Award Solutions        

Use online services to provide support and education for young people in the community. The grant will be used for staff, zoom profile and equipment.

AJ AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION        

To pay towards PPE, volunteers costs, insurance and BACP membership in order to continue counselling service.

New Brighton Community Association        

Support elderly members that live in New Brighton by proving online support sessions. The grant will be used for staff, transport and office costs.

Flourish & Succeed    

Provide phone line/on-line support and practical emergency supplies support packages to vulnerable people. The grant will be used for volunteers, travel and equipment.

Sight and Mind CIC    

To offer additional, flexible support to service users with mental wellbeing issues.

ME2U CIC

To support volunteer expenses, including petrol costs and for PPE. To support emergency provisions including food items and basic supplies including self-help health items to help with balanced diets/and common ailments in order that group can continue service for people living with dementia, older people and carers.

EMERGE WAVERTREE COMMUNITY (EWCOM)       

Funding will spend on supporting MULTI-LINGUAL grassroot community emergency plan to help those troubled by Coronavirus

Leonard Cheshire – The Orchard       

To purchase life-saving Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect and keep our 21 extremely vulnerable residents and 48 carers, support workers and nurses safe at The Orchard.

South Central Community Transport           

To contribute to transport costs for their fleet of mini buses delivering food/hygiene parcels to lonely/isolated and vulnerable beneficiaries.

Sahir House   

To support delivery of key HIV services in alternative ways during the covid-19 crisis.

Liverpool Lighthouse

To deliver crisis and well-being support to the most vulnerable in the community by opening food bank and producing food parcels, and through setting up online workshops and advice.

Clear Futures Communities CIC        

To fund specific response to individuals and community groups during the current crisis. The urgent funds will be spent on a combination of essential items to include in care packages such as specialist foods to cater for dietary requirements, toiletries and sanitary products and fresh meat packs.

St. Paul’s RC Primary School 

To enable the school volunteer group to cover fuel costs and top up bags of donated foods with fresh items such as bread, milk, eggs, fruit and vegetables.

Birkenhead Y.M.C.A. 

To fund additional support staff delivering night shelter services to vulnerable clients.

Running Head First CIC         

To deliver of a new 1-1/Group online nutrition and physical activity programme to assist people with ongoing mental health issues during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.


 

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