As a result of the current restrictions, everyone is spending more time at home and fundraising is more difficult than ever. Thanks to the creativity and generosity of our wonderful supporters, however, fundraising in lockdown is taking off!
People of all ages have been giving a helping hand. Alexa and Serena, only 4 and 7 years old, have been doing their own full lockdown marathon. Making sure that they abide by government regulations, the girls (with the help of their parents of course) have been walking, running, biking and even scootering over a couple of weeks in order to reach the finish line!
Virtual technology has increasingly become a safe haven in the past weeks, enabling us to stay in touch with family and friends when we can’t see them in person. It keeps us connected at work, enables us to share and stay in touch with the latest developments, and helps our families stay entertained on the repeated evenings in. But it has also become the most powerful philanthropic resource in our hands, generating new ideas and much-needed donations in a difficult climate of routine and hardship. Offering an online yoga class, for instance, Joanna has helped participants to relax in these challenging times, while offering a crucial boost to our fundraising.
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