Slough's Outreach team has been delivering more than 100 meals a day to help those most affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

Leader Shin Dhother said: "Many of those we feed are rough sleepers, who have now been temporarily housed as well as clients referred to us by the Wellbeing team at Slough Council for Voluntary Service.

"We’re so grateful to Windsor College Forest Group who have not only given us their kitchen space at Langley College, but are providing a fantastic skilled team of four chefs to cook meals for us to feed vulnerable people in Slough.

"We’ve had lots of donations coming in and more offers of help from local Gurdwaras and Temples who are ready to provide support. It is re-assuring to know that we have the resources to meet the need when the time arises.

"We’re hearing that along with food and shelter, one of the basic needs is emotional support too at this time and a listening ear, which will be provided by other organisations in Slough.”

Outreach was set up to help the homeless and is working in conjunction with other groups of volunteers making up the One Slough Community Response - which uses the skills of volunteers from across all sectors to meet the needs of Slough residents.

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