Over 2,000 supporters have now been contacted at part of the Wolves at Home campaign during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The campaign, launched as the nation entered lockdown, has seen Wolves former players and staff check in and keep in touch with supporters, focusing on those who are currently vulnerable, isolated and at-risk, based on age.
Legends Mel Eves and Paul Butler have joined the former players team making calls, along with Wolves staff, extending a helping hand to the club’s oldest supporters, during these tough times.
Some supporters have been celebrating birthdays during lockdown, while others are simply missing their football, so the phone calls have been widely well-received by the fanbase.
Furthermore, staff have been out delivering food parcels those in need, and assistance will continue to be offered, whether it be food groceries of prescriptions, during isolation.
Wolves at Home is one of a number of initiatives in place by Wolves and Wolves Foundation, with @wwfcfoundation bringing regular updates from the charity’s work in the community.