Wolves Foundation is once again adapting to the restrictions put in place as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and will continue to support the local community however possible during the third national lockdown.
With the safety of our participants, staff and residents of the local community of the utmost importance, some of our regular sessions have had to be curtailed or moved online, which has previously happened at several stages of the pandemic dating back to last March.
Staff have this week been working on a new delivery plan in line with the restrictions and will continue to support the community in a safe and secure way during this extremely challenging time.
We remain in close contact with our partner schools to see how we can support those vulnerable pupils or children of key workers who are still attending, and will once again adapt to virtual delivery across our projects wherever possible.
Many Foundation staff volunteered out and about in the community during the last lockdown, and those opportunities will also be explored to see if we can help in any way.
We are also aware of the potential implications on mental health from another lockdown and we will continue to focus on supporting our Head 4 Health project participants and others at risk of feeling isolated out in the community.
If you are over 18 years of age and would like to engage in small group mental wellbeing sessions online please contact email@example.com.