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The coronavirus pandemic has affected society in many ways, and like most of us, NOAH are having to do things differently. Sadly our Sundon park store is still temporarily closed, and our welfare centre is still offering a reduced service on an appointment basis.
However, we move quickly to adapt to the circumstances we find ourselves in. Our academy offers a range of training and support online. Our welfare services continue to support people in severe poverty, not least by ensuring that rough sleepers have something to eat, have shelter, and support. We are delivering home starter packs to impoverished families across the region. And our home store (Church street) is now reopened along with our Hightown Road and Lewsey Farm sites, with the addition of also being online now on Facebook Marketplace (Click here to shop), with an ever-growing range of products for sale.
NOAH takes the safety of our clients, staff and volunteers very seriously, and this is especially important during the pandemic. We maintain thorough risk assessments for all of our activities, which evolve as the circumstances change. If you have any questions about this, please contact us.
Coronavirus has disrupted our ability to raise funds for our services, and like most charities we are facing financial hardship. If you are willing and able, we would be very grateful for your support of our Coronavirus Appeal (Click here to donate), which will ensure that NOAH can continue to help people in severe poverty.
Many thanks for your support.
With our staff team, many volunteers and benefactors, a combination that is dedicated to seeing and helping realise the potential in people, we have come through some tough times to create an organisation that can do some extraordinary things.
We’ve raised 10% of our target so far, if you’re able to donate to our Coronavirus Appeal on JustGiving please click the button below