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Mayor Joe Anderson is launching a special charity appeal to help fund the work of groups across the city which are supporting vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
Praising them for their “tireless commitment to the people of Liverpool”, the mayor is calling for financial contributions from the public to help food banks and community organisations purchase vital supplies as they respond to the pandemic.
— Liverpool City Council | #StayHomeSaveLives (@lpoolcouncil) April 22, 2020
Mayor Anderson has opened up a Covid-19 Appeal as part of the established Mayor’s Hope Fund, through which anyone can pledge to support those in desperate need of help during this difficult time.
And to kickstart the appeal Mayor Anderson will contribute £20,000 from his council budget.
The Mayor’s Hope Fund was set up by the mayor to raise money to tackle poverty, particularly for families and people struggling to find or pay for their food supplies.
Mayor Joe Anderson said: “We have seen thousands of people come to the council asking for help, but a greater number are simply turning to their local community organisations for help, companionship and food. Our city’s greatest asset as we respond to the virus is the thousands of volunteers running these organisations and their tireless commitment to the people of Liverpool.
“Organisational partners, such as LCVS, Everton in the Community, the LFC Foundation and the Torus Foundation, are working directly with us at the council, but they are dwarfed by the number of smaller community organisations that are saving lives in our neighbourhoods. That’s why we want people to consider donating money to the Mayor’s Hope Fund to boost the finances of a group near you.”
During the coronavirus pandemic, more people than ever are counting on the council and local community organisations for essential supplies because they are shielding, self-isolating or have lost their job. Every penny that is donated to the Mayor’s Hope Fund will go directly to Liverpool-based community organisations.
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