Team Planet Mercy carried out its amazing No One Left Behind project recently with the Strengthening Faith Institutions micro-grant. In this project, Team Planet Mercy delivered weekly Ramadhan Iftar packs for families across Ashton, Oldham, Rochdale, Heywood and Middleton. These packs included sweet cones, dates, and fresh meat. Alongside its Ramadhan Iftar packs, Team Planet Mercy delivered emergency parcels to families affected by COVID-19. They also worked under the umbrella of Oldham Mosques Council to provide warm meals to NHS staff at the Royal Oldham Hospital. This incredible project has reached almost 1000 families in recent weeks, offering support and care both to the Muslim community during Ramadhan and Eid, and to the wider community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘On behalf of the St Patrick’s community I would like to thank you for helping some of our most vulnerable families who are struggling during these unprecedented time […] We are extremely grateful to be able to call upon you as a local charity to help local people through this pandemic’ – Lindsey Cryer
‘Please thank your friend so much for his kindness to go out of his way to provide this support weekly for these families during this time of crisis’ – Becky
‘Amazing people have just come round and helped me and my family out so much. Absolutely speechless with the help you do’ – Rachel Louise Thomas
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- Essential ONLINE Certified training for Faith Centres
- Faith and Resilience: An online conference on Financial Sustainability and Civic Responsibility for Faith Organisations
- Safeguarding and Health and Safety Online Training
- Faith in Philanthropy: Unlocking non-Government Funding for Faith Organisations during Covid-19 and Beyond
- Faith Engagement Review – Call for Evidence