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During the coronavirus outbreak, our lives have changed in ways we could never have imagined.
But the situation has brought people and communities together, and we’re proud of Clarion staff, residents and partners who have gone the extra mile to support the NHS, be there for neighbours and make sure people have access to the support, advice and guidance they need.
Since the coronavirus outbreak hit, Primetime at The Vine has adapted its services to meet the needs of the local community, providing recipe cards and food boxes and facilitating online cookery classes, as well as delivering hot and cold meals to older residents.
Clarion Futures is supporting a local Cambridgeshire community project called Box of Rainbows which coordinates deliveries of craft boxes for families in Fenland during the coronavirus lockdown.
During the coronavirus outbreak, our lives have changed in ways we could never have imagined. But despite the challenges, the situation has brought people and communities together.
UKHarvest collects quality surplus food from a variety of retailers and producers and delivers it, direct and free of charge, to charities
Angela and the rest of the tenancy sustainment teams are running a countrywide programme to call vulnerable and elderly residents
Clarion Futures, the charitable foundation of Clarion Housing Group, has been working with the design consultancy Liminal Labs to launch an innovation pop-up lab series.
In response to the coronavirus outbreak, The Dorking Community Fridge converted their operation overnight to now take referrals from local agencies and partners and deliver food bags to people’s homes.
Clarion neighbourhood response officer and her son Tom are working together to provide healthcare workers with essential PPE.p>
Clarion tenant, Robert Skipp, is a real life example of how residents can make a positive difference to their local community.