Following the recent government advice to schools, communities and society, we’ve listened and are diversifying our services.
We are committed to:
- Offering services to support partner schools that remain open to vulnerable children and children of keyworkers.
- Creating engaging and innovative digital content, designed to keep children and adults in the local area active in their homes.
- Supporting our most vulnerable participants through phone calls, digital contact and personal support.
- Staff volunteering to support local community services.
Wolves Foundation are also supporting Fosun and the Fosun Foundation with the supply and donation of essential supplies to The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and Public Health teams, supporting front-line services. The full story is available here.
Will Clowes, head of Wolves Foundation, said: “Our commitment to our local communities has not altered during this health crisis. We are determined to continue to create a positive difference, through digital delivery and personal connections. Our dedicated workforce are here to help, to support those most in need and we will work closely with local partners and stakeholders with all reasonable efforts.”
If you have any suggestions of how Wolves Foundation can help during the crisis, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular updates will be posted on the Wolves Foundation Twitter, available here: @wwfcfoundation.