Where to from here?
Since our country was rocked by Covid-19 we have received enormous support from residents, businesses, our partners, and local authority figures. We are incredibly grateful for this support, which has enabled us to continue to help vulnerable people through this trying time.
Here’s what’s happening next…
- Join our CEO, MP Wera Hobhouse and members of local 3rd sector organisations for an inspiring discussion about how we can help each other overcome the Consequences of Covid.
- We’re reaching out to isolated households across Bath & North East Somerset to ensure they can access support.
Here’s what’s been happening…
- We were mentioned in the Houses of Parliament
- Our CEO discussed the impact of Covid-19 on our charity and its clients, and the positive partnerships that the pandemic has created
- Work has begun on creating a new debt advice facility to help people move on from Covid-19
MP Wera Hobhouse commends Citizens Advice – Bath&NES and other 3rd sector organisations in our district and highlights the challenge we are facing.
Les Redwood, CEO of Citizens Advice – Bath & North East Somerset had an informal chat with The Right Worshipful The Mayor of Bath (Councillor Manda Rigby). They discussed the realities of running a charity during a pandemic and how positive onward working relationships have been created in response to Covid-19.
St John’s Foundation and Citizens Advice – Bath & North East Somerset have teamed up to tackle the financial impact Covid-19 is having on families and individuals in the district. Click here to read more.
Bath MP Wera Hobhouse and a panel of guest speakers will discuss the consequences of Covid-19, especially mental health and debt issues, and how local we can help each other to overcome these issues. Click here to register.
We’d like to say a huge “Thank you” to all of our funders who are supporting us through this difficult time for our community.
An added “Thank you” goes to the individuals who have made generous donations to us and to Malcolm, who walked 50miles to raise money for our charity. You can read about Malcolm’s efforts here.
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