The coronavirus has brought forth many sudden and unexpected changes. These changes have left many vulnerable people in an isolated and exposed position. The elderly are confined at home, without the means to go out and do their weekly shopping. Hospital canteens are closed leaving some NHS staff at work for over 18 hours without a hot meal.
Supporting Humanity consistently delivers directly to hospitals, the vulnerable and the elderly across London. Working closely with our sponsors, communities and hospitals, we deliver 1,000 freshly cooked meals every day to 13 NHS hospitals.
Supporting Humanity believes that no problem is too big or too small. We are passionate about working beyond just providing immediate relief and towards long-term support for the whole community.
We truly believe in working together as a community to support, uplift and empower people who are often facing very lonely and isolating challenges. Whether it be mental health problems, disabilities or dealing with the loss of loved ones, we won’t give up until everyone experiencing challenges gets the support and respect they deserve.
Please read if you are feeling helpless and want to help the community in these unprecedented times.
We hope you are in the best of health and you are keeping safe.
Over the last few days we have seen the number of people affected by covid-19 drastically increase and the number of associated deaths rising.
The immense pressure on the NHS and other key services is building too. People have been feeling a little helpless, seeing, through the media, so many people in need of help and feeling that they can’t really do much.
We at Supporting Humanity are working on the ground in partnership with Eman Channel & Muntada Aid, providing 1,000 hot meals to key NHS staff in 13 hospitals and vulnerable people over the age of 60 across London and Essex. This is through the generous backing of Saffron Street and Gafoor Poultry.
Due to the generosity of our sponsors, meals cost just £1. However, in order for this support for people risking their lives to continue, we are in urgent need of donations. This is an urgent appeal for donations (no amount is too small). Remember, charity does not decrease your wealth. Donations can be made via this page.
If you have any questions regarding the work being carried out, please contact: Idris Patel 07941 874477 or Eman channel 0203 940 2001