Although most of the equipment that is required is a direct result of the COVID-19 crisis and for volunteers who work from home, the MMC also specified that the odd sum of £710 should go towards the protective screens that are required in the office for clients who wish to visit and talk face-to-face.
Although COVID-19 related grants are a priority the MMC will still consider other applications when they can.
Once again this is a great example of how Middlesex Masons work within the local community.
Often this type of assistance and support may go unseen by those who might benefit from the HCA’s services.
A Thank You –
Jill Harrison, Interim CEO at Citizens Advice Hillingdon said she would like the Freemasons of Middlesex to know what a huge difference this grant of £2,710 will make to their ability to support the Borough’s most vulnerable people through the dreadful crisis of COVID-19. She sends her thanks to all from the bottom of her heart.
Over 70 Years of Service –
Citizens Advice Hillingdon has been helping people in the area for a substantial number of years making it one of the oldest Citizens Advice services in the country.
They celebrated their 70th anniversary in September 2019.
HCA aim to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives, especially during this pandemic. They value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.
Citizens Advice Hillingdon aims to provide services that are available and appropriate to meet the needs of local people and the specific needs of those who may be disadvantaged in their access to services.
Their services include the following and more: debt Advice, mental health money advice, help to claim universal credit, and help with EU settled status.
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