Bristol Rovers Community Trust, the football clubs official charity, are planning to help vulnerable local communities and residents cope with Covid-19 isolation should a long period of self isolation occur.
Following the Prime Ministers announcement that vulnerable people may be required to self isolate for an extended period of time, Bristol Rovers Community Trust are asking local groups and organisations who work with these communities to get in touch.
Adam Tutton, CEO of the Trust said, “We have recently been in contact with the council who have been fantastic in linking us with several organisations including Voscur and Feeding Bristol”.
“We are still hoping to hear from other organisations who may benefit from possible utilisation of our DBS checked staff or minibus. We are more than happy to help out our community in anyway we can during this difficult time, be that transporting foodstuffs to vulnerable people or supporting front line staff to get to and from work”.
“Our club is nothing without the local community and we hope to be able to support those who need it most, based on our own staff capacity”.
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