Vulnerable groups fall into a number of categories with varied circumstances and needs, but a growing number are desperate for additional support following lockdown.

More and more families are living on or below the breadline;  many people have been made redundant or have lost their livelihoods due to lockdown, suffering unexpected hardship and are turning to foodbanks for help; elderly people in our communities have struggled with lockdown and may be suffering from prolonged loneliness, financial constraints, mental health issues, physical health problems and/or mobility restrictions, needing assistance now more than ever before; women can be particularly vulnerable after lockdown, struggling with single parenting, fleeing domestic violence or both; refugees and asylum seekers are often unable to work, therefore they have little or no form of income, with language barriers and PTSD a common thread.

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