Suey Lee (street fitness) and Louise Doran-Brown (Boogies Funtime Parties)

For bringing fun and community spirit into our streets entertaining the children and adults with their selection of fitness and dance routines.

Gourmet Enterprise Café (Chris Brown) Marion square for donations of money and food.

Poundland in Liverpool City Centre, especially Louise Clark for nominating our organisation, Abbey Knowles Robert Arnold and Emma Whitty and the other staff for assisting with the loading of the goods.

Fareshare have been amazing throughout the lockdown supplying us with essential items of food.

Nando’s have been remarkable, each week they donate cooked chicken for our families in the community.

Aldi (Park Lane), Home & Bargain (Marian Square), B&M (Kirby) Tesco (Litherland) for making the task of purchasing essential items of food and cleaning products more accessible for staff and volunteers to enable them to make hampers.

Our funders BBC Children in Need, The Steve Morgan Foundation, Henry Smith, Big Lottery, Tudor Trust, PH Holt, Sefton MBC, UK Donor, Tesco Carrier Bag Fund, Lord Mayor Fund and WEA (Workers Education Association).

In partnership with our community organisations we have shared information and resources to ensure that our communities have the maximin support they need.  The pandemic has enhanced our relationships and brought together a wide range of knowledge and skills to defeat the issues the virus brings to our vulnerable people.  Fazakerley Federation, Feelgood Factory, L30 Centre, Litherland Youth and Community, Linacre Bridge Community Hub, Vibre, YKids, Shiverpool (Liverpool), Start Creative CIC and Sefton CVS,

Another perfect example of a local people helping their community – thank you again friends!