oneRichmond COVID-19 Appeal

The coronavirus crisis has affected everyone’s lives, but for the most vulnerable in our area: isolated elderly people, those caring for a loved one, children with disabilities, families struggling financially and those already coping with poor mental health, the impact has been devastating.

In these challenging times, Hampton Fund and RPLC have launched the oneRichmond Covid-19 Appeal.

Local charities are under increasing pressure due to the loss of income through Covid-19 and yet face an increased demand for services and, for some, to re-think how they deliver their services.

We may be taking steps to ease out of lockdown, but the crisis faced by many is continuing.

With the support of the local community, the oneRichmond COVID-19 appeal is working to sustain vital projects and services most affected by loss of income during the pandemic, supporting the most vulnerable in our community.

Every pound donated will be doubled – up to £100,000.

Donations will be doubled by local grant makers Hampton Fund and RPLC, up to £100,000.

So, not only will your donation be worth twice as much it will make double the impact. We aim to raise £200,000 by the end of October to support our local charities who are working so hard to improve people’s lives and opportunities and create a better community for us all.

Please give today and help to change lives. To find out more about oneRichmond and making a donation,
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Every donation can make a huge difference to the lives of those in need:

• £25 would provide an hour’s support to carry out odd jobs in the home for an elderly person who is isolated in their home
• £25 would help provide an on-line music lesson for a child with disabilities isolated at home
• £50 would help provide a 2 hour respite session for a carer looking after a family member with dementia
• £55 will fund a crisis counselling session for a young person experiencing anxiety and depression
• £100 will help provide advice sessions for people experiencing debt problems due to loss of income
• £150 would provide a music therapy session for a group of elderly people with dementia in a care home
• £500 will fund a full counselling programme for a young person

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