A German charity developed a “Clown To Go” project. Families in quarantine could call the charity, to have clowns arrive on their doorstep to break the quarantine routine. The clowns gave colouring books, pens, and toys to children, using the “quarantine paddle” for contactless handover.
A charity for underprivileged children had to close to visitors but instead began delivering food and educational materials to over 70 families and packing gift baskets for mothers’ day, as well.
Innatura celebrated its fifth birthday in 2018, having started operations in 2013
In Kind Direct (Singapore) is starting operations and has already received some donations of shoes and various different hygiene products
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