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Emergency survival packs help SEND families during lockdown.

During lockdown, special educational needs and disabled families (SEND) had it tough in Southend. They were struggling before COVID-19 and are suffering now. These families often receive little support and fall between the cracks. And SEND child can suffer from anxiety and this is only heightened by the lockdown which

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Isaiah Project processing food bags

He is overwhelmed with gratitude

During COVID-19 your donations are feeding hungry people in Southend.  Isaiah Project had delivered 302 emergency food parcels by the end of May thanks to a grant from Southend Emergency Fund. Here are some lovely quotes from them: “We have been delivering food parcels to him and he is overwhelmed

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One Love delivering supplies

Look what you did for One Love Soup Kitchen!

A grant from Southend Emergency Fund is supporting homeless people in Southend during the COVID-19 outbreak by helping One Love Soup Kitchen. Zoey Smith a founder of the local charity, One Love Soup Kitchen told the Fund, “During the COVID-19 we have been providing and delivering hot meals, night-packs, toiletries,

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