SMT In These Testing Times

We hope and pray that you are in good health

The COVID-19 outbreak has seen unprecedented change in our lives within a very short space of time. However, we take comfort in the fact that in times of crisis, as a nation, we have always managed to come together and find a way through the difficulty. We will do the same once again- Insha’Allah.

At the time of writing more than 5000 people in the UK have tested positive for the virus, 233 of which have died, contributing to over 10,000 deaths worldwide. This is a global pandemic.

Due to the nature of Covid-19, we all have a responsibility to follow the guidelines in order to protect our fellow community members, especially those most vulnerable.

At this critical time, we require an exceptional humanitarian response. Every day, we are receiving a significant number of calls from across the world seeking our assistance and support. It is times like this that should unite people and encourage everyone to work together, to help those that are most vulnerable.

We are already aware that the elderly, those with a weak immune system, people with underlying conditions, pregnant women & the homeless are most at risk of contracting this virus.

In this current climate, the Government is the ultimate lead in making the necessary guidelines and decisions to protect the citizens of the United Kingdom. However, we also have a duty of care towards our neighbours, the elderly, the most vulnerable and those deemed high risk and to this end, we have launched our ‘Self-Isolation Support Project’.

Our volunteers will undertake shopping trips for the most vulnerable, delivering food parcels to them and make regular telephone calls to ascertain their wellbeing.

This project can only succeed with your support. This support comes in many forms, be it; volunteering, monetary donations, food donations, referring those in need of spreading the word, it all makes a difference.

Get involved today and make a difference.

For further information
please call us today on 01274 270043

In this crisis, we must ensure that everyone has the support and care they need and deserve.

Duas and best wishes from the Staff & Volunteers at SMT


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