With the impact of coronavirus being felt across our city, the Aberdeen COVID-19 Emergency Appeal has been set up by The Lord Provost's Charitable Trust to help raise as much money as possible for our city's charitable organisations.
Organised in partnership with The Seven Incorporated Trades Of Aberdeen and Aberdeen City Council, the hardship fund is there to help individuals, families and communities across the city who are experiencing severe financial hardship as a direct result of the pandemic.
By donating funds to registered charities, we aim to help as many individuals and families as possible, and in particular those who have been severely financially impacted by the pandemic. In these uncertain times, all acts of kindness can make a huge difference.
Together we must respond quickly to help the most vulnerable in our communities. Any gift you can make, large or small, can have a huge impact on the lives of many. Businesses, associations and private individuals are being urged to support this appeal and donate whatever they can now.
100% of all monies received will be donated locally.
The Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust believes that established local charities are best placed to get the funding to those who need it most in these unprecedented times.
Local registered charities are invited to apply to the fund to access much needed support for their service users.
Help us share the campaign! Use the official hashtag #AberdeenCOVID19 to be part of it.