Business Continuity Plan for Rees Foundation
As the impact of COVID-19 is being felt by people around the world, Rees Foundation is committed to doing everything we can to continue to provide you with the support that you need whilst prioritising your health and that of our employees and their families.
We have strategies in place to be able to continue in our service provision albeit we may be working remotely. Emails and website Contact Us forms will be responded to during normal working hours as usual. If you telephone us you will be asked to leave a message; so please provide your name and contact number to enable us to phone you back.
We understand that you will also want to protect yourselves and your family & friends by reducing your physical contact with people so, in line with government advice we are limiting non-essential contact and have cancelled our attendance at external events and either cancelled or postponed all events organised by us until the end of April 2020 at this stage.
The Rees Foundation team is doing whatever it takes to ensure that you get support from us, even in these challenging times. If you have any difficulties at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us firstname.lastname@example.org
We just wanted to take the opportunity to say Eid Mubarak to all our followers ☪️ pic.twitter.com/sE2r7wvUS3— Rees Foundation (@ReesFoundation) May 23, 2020
We are so pleased that our arts coordinator Kim could be a part of this collaborative poem from @IMO_latest. Watch the poem in full about defining care here: https://t.co/Nmn8RkXK9X pic.twitter.com/Wkg5kI0Vj1— Rees Foundation (@ReesFoundation) May 23, 2020
Financial assistance is available in certain circumstances
Recognising the Value of Care Experience
Fully funded opportunities in the outdoors to care experienced adults.