Bringing people back together

#commUNITY

Uniting companies and communities to bring people back together

So many community spaces and hubs have had to close their doors or significantly reduce their service during the last 12 months. These spaces are pillars in the community for many; providing somewhere clean, safe and warm for people to meet without judgement and to see a friendly face over a hot drink. Many people rely on these services for social connection and to access key living essentials, so it’s vital for them to open their doors safely and get people back together.

In response we are launching the next step of our #commUNITY campaign, to amplify the importance of bringing people back together. We launch in line with lockdown easing on 12th April when charities, community centres and hubs will be able to welcome back and provide much needed face-to-face support to people in their communities.

We will focus on distributing a range of essential items, donated by some of our Corporate Partners, such as cleaning products, personal hygiene products, kettles, vacuum cleaners, kitchen sets, face masks, hot refreshments and snacks, to ensure our network can put their focus where it's needed most. The longer-term impact of lockdown remains to be seen, but the quicker we can get people back together safely, the better.

With thanks to our generous corporate partners that are supporting #commUNITY: Amazon, Essity, P&G, Pladis, PZ Cussons and Unilever

 

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of our charity network told us they are focusing on opening their facilities safely*

 

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said addressing mental health arising from the pandemic was a key area of focus*

 

Join as a charitable organisation

We are here to help. Charitable organisations can join for free.

Join as a company donating products

If your company has products to donate, get in touch and we'll get them to where they are needed.

Join us by supporting our work

Help us keep distributing essential supplies across the UK to those who need them.

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Aduro Communications - natasha@adurocommunications.co.uk

*Quarterly Impact Survey, January 2021