Sadly, the pandemic has moved into a more severe phase with staggering rates of infection and deaths. On the one hand, whilst government’s measures to stem the virus offer hope, however, many people in our communities, especially those on the ‘margins of society,’ continue to experience increasing levels of vulnerability, suffering and despair. For migrants, including families and children who have to navigate through this devastating emergency with no recourse to public funds and restricted access to wider mainstream provision, there is no safety net. Their hopes are pinned on charity, compassion and personal resilience.
We are immensely grateful and humbled by the kindness and generosity of our ‘supporters’ expressed through volunteering, donations etc. Thanks to our clients who continue to trust in our service provision and our amazing partners who work collaboratively to ensure access to services. Finally, huge thanks to our funders for endorsing and sustaining the work we do and their encouragement as we face daunting challenges each day.