It has been a tough few weeks so I would like to start this email by sending my best wishes to you and your loved ones. Never have we experienced a time like this and never has there been more need for people to come together, if anything what we have learnt in the past few weeks is how interconnected and interdependent we are as human.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused much uncertainty in many aspects of our lives, there is a slight comfort to know that we are all going through this together. We are living in the best of nations in the world – The United Kingdom. The best in technology, healthcare and governance. The government has guaranteed support, has built new hospitals overnight to cater for the expected rise in numbers, has laid on flights to bring back our citizens stranded abroad, food wholesalers have been ordered to keep prices locked.
In this crisis, we are far better off than those across the globe. On this note, I would like to thank you for your kind donation and give you my personal reassurance that your donation will not go in vain but used to make a difference to those in need. I know with uncertainly looming over us it makes it difficult in some cases to keep donating, my sincere advice would be not to stop donating but if needed reduce the amount – remember this is the best of time to give because the need is great. Let’s save lives and protect the dignity of women together.
As much as saving lives across the world, I would also like to extend our support to you, if you are in need and our team can be of service then please get in touch. We are currently running a ‘MeetUp’ group which is designed for all, whether you are lonely, struggling in isolation or dealing with an awkward situation, women can come together and support each other. The ‘MeetUp’ group is running online, if you would like more information please get in touch.
Again, thank you for being the kind soul that you are and please do stay safe.