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The Little Edi Foundation

The Little Edi Foundation provides learning and development opportunities for disadvantaged and disengaged 13-18 year olds from Essex. We create opportunities for our students to engage in social action by volunteering. Supporting our humanitarian projects both locally (Essex) and internationally (Moldova), students develop key skills preparing them for the working world and have benefited from improved self-esteem.

littleedifoundation.co.uk

Charity

Registered charity no. 1169242

Member since May 2020

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Challenge yourself this summer- can you fundraise £100 in 100 days?

Challenge yourself this summer- can you fundraise £100 in 100 days?

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COVID-19 Community Relief Programme

COVID-19 Community Relief Programme

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in the UK, The Little Edi Foundation has worked quickly and tirelessly to respond to the needs of our communities across Essex. We are offering vital support to those most at risk and vulnerable to the virus and its impacts. As children and young people are at the heart of our organisation, we are focussing our response efforts to protect the safety and well-being of disadvantaged and at risk children.

We have rapidly adapted The Little Edi Foundation’s activities to prioritise community needs by setting up a COVID-19 Community Relief Programme. Thanks to the invaluable support of our network of volunteers and partnerships with schools, community groups, churches and local businesses we have been able to coordinate a COVID-19 response across towns in Essex by:

  • Supplying and distributing food parcels, hygiene packs, school supplies and activity books to vulnerable children and their families.

  • Supporting our local food banks by donating food, hygiene packs and clothing.

  • Shopping for essential items and medication for those who are unable to or have difficulty leaving their homes.

  • A one-stop-shop for parents and carers in need of guidance and reassurance.