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Refugees kept connected with volunteers thanks to coronavirus fund

ISOLATED refugees and asylum seekers separated from friends and family during the lockdown are being helped to stay connected with befrienders usi

Families are fed thanks to coronavirus fund grant

FAMILIES living in poverty in west Wiltshire will receive food parcels after the Wiltshire Community Foundation stepped in to help a foodbank with

Coronavirus fund grant boosts debt advice service

A DEBT advice service has been helped to keep pace with increased demand and the upheaval of adapting to a new way of working thanks to a grant fr

Coronavirus grant helps youngsters stay on track with schoolwork

CHILDREN of low income families with special educational needs or disabilities are being given vital help to stay in touch with teachers and thera

Grant helps group stay in touch with lonely asylum seekers

A CHARITY supporting asylum seekers and refugees will be able to provide them with urgently-needed food parcels thanks to a grant from the Wiltshi

Half a million thanks! Our coronavirus fund tops £500k

A WILTSHIRE Community Foundation fund set up to help voluntary groups provide immediate relief from the coronavirus crisis has broken the half mil

Locked down children can get arty thanks to coronavirus grant

CHILDREN of vulnerable and low income families are receiving arty parcels of craft and creative goodies thanks to a grant from the Wiltshire Commu

Wiltshire Community Foundation grant helps foodbank cope with pandemic

A FOODBANK battling to meet demand while suffering a fall in donations has been helped with a grant from the Wiltshire Community Foundation.

First grant from Wiltshire and Swindon Coronavirus Response Fund

The Wiltshire Community Foundation’s fund to help voluntary groups tackle the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has grown to £107,000 in less

Caring youngster’s reindeer treats help elderly in fuel poverty

AT a time of year when most children are writing their Christmas lists, one little girl is only thinking of others.

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