These are unprecedented times. Inspired by a tweet by Liz LeClair, as below, I decided that each day I’m #Workingfromhome and otherwise saving on travel, I should make a donation to a charity that is important to me, and log my reason for doing so.
This is a great idea. I will do the same. https://t.co/ypemnhScIx— Richard Sved (@richardsved) March 15, 2020
Monday 16 March, 2020
Tuesday 17 March, 2020
Wednesday 18 March, 2020
My #workingfromhome “Love in the Time of #Coronavirus” donation today is to Emmaus Herts, who support 42 formerly homeless people by giving them a home for as long as needed and work experience in their five second-hand shops. https://emmaus.org.uk/hertfordshire/
Thursday 19 March, 2020
My #workingfromhome Love in the Time of #Coronavirus donation today is to National Emergencies Trust, who have launched an appeal with British Red Cross to help local charities support those individuals suffering hardship as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Monday 23 March, 2020
My #workingfromhome Love in the Time of #Coronavirus donation today is to Small Acts of Kindness who have already made 800 practical gift bags available to organisations working with vulnerable older people. https://www.smallactsofkindness.co.uk/
Tuesday 24 March, 2020
My #workingfromhome Love in the Time of #Coronavirus donation today is to @HertsCommunityF who have launched a Disaster Relief Fund to help #Hertfordshire‘s organisations providing care & support for elderly and vulnerable people affected by this crisis. https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/coronavirusfundHertfordshire
My #workingfromhome Love in the Time of #Coronavirus donation today is to @bloodygood__ who provide period supplies to asylum seekers, refugees & those who can’t afford them. Periods don’t stop in a pandemic. https://bloodygoodperiod.com