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Kate works at Age UK Enfield as a Health & Wellbeing Navigator. In this video she describes how she is working during lockdown, what the charity does and why it needs donations and more volunteers.

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Coronavirus Appeal - help us to help older people in Enfield

URGENT! We need to raise funds to help vulnerable older people who are isolated due to Coronavirus. We are working hard to provide information and advice, cooked meals and emergency food packages, and caring for people in their homes - Please Donate!

Charity Registration No: 1063696

With nearly 40,000 older people in Enfield aged 65+ in isolation, Age UK Enfield is needed now more than ever.

We are working around the clock to get food, medicine, and other basic supplies to people in need, as well as continuing to provide care in peoples homes to some of the most vulnerable older people in the borough.

We need your help to continue to do this. This emergency appeal is the only way we will be able to continue

Please donate what you can - your support at this critical time is greatly appreciated.

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