Communities in Caernarfon uniting to beat Coronavirus
Communities all over the country have united to support each other during the pandemic as a result of Coronavirus.
One of many towns in Gwynedd that has made a substantial community effort is Caernarfon. Many projects and initiatives have been created there to support and help the most vulnerable people within the communities.
One example is the Cofis Curo Corona group, which is a voluntary service that offers food packages to vulnerable residents.
Porthi Pawb in Caernarfon has also been providing warm meals to vulnerable people in the area, voluntarily.
We are a local housing provider for North Wales and we have a high number of tenants in Gwynedd and Caernarfon. We have contributed towards these initiatives in Caernarfon.
We have created an emergency fund in response to Coronavirus, the money is given by us and Travis Perkins. The aim of the fund is to tackle financial hardship and provide support to voluntary services and initiatives in communities.
Sarah Schofield, Director of Customers and Communities here at Adra said:
“We at Adra felt that it was very important to create a fund here to help the communities that we work with, where many of our tenants live, during such a challenging time. It’s an honour for us as a local company to give to the communities and offer some help and support.”
For more information about the fund, please contact Dylan Thomas on 0300 123 8084 / firstname.lastname@example.org