In partnership with the East Anglian Daily Times, BBC Radio Suffolk and our ‘Home But Not Alone’ partners, the Rebuilding Local Lives Campaign is joining forces with our Surviving Winter Appeal and turning its focus towards the needs of vulnerable people in Suffolk this winter.
To read the full story, head over to the East Anglian Daily Times website > https://bit.ly/37lVLcg
This will be no ordinary winter, with vulnerable people continuing to isolate for many more months, large rises in local unemployment anticipated and a continued negative impact on physical and mental wellbeing. The foundation has worked hard to pull together a £50K match fund and a festive campaign. After so many tough months, we are asking the whole of Suffolk joins forces with the spirit of the season, and do all they can to increase local giving and ensure that the arms of our caring county are extended to help every older or vulnerable person that needs us. We are determined that our ‘Caring County’ will help many more people to ‘Stay Warm, Stay Well and Stay Connected.