Club partner and international aid agency, Human Relief Foundation (HRF), is using its expertise in relief work to assist sufferers during the coronavirus outbreak.
The pandemic has led to strict government guidelines advising people to only leave home in essential and unavoidable circumstances, and had left many citizens at risk.
HRF is now attempting to help those most vulnerable by offering a host of services, with the aim of helping as many people as possible in the local Bradford community.
These include arranging deliveries, picking up shopping and medication, posting mail, shopping for urgent supplies and helping to top-up gas or electric keys.
HRF's director of programmes, Mohammed Rahman, said: "We have been carrying out complex, large-scale relief and aid projects with major organisations around the world since 1991.
"It seemed a perfectly logical decision for us to take that experience and use it for the benefit of our local communities.
"We are aiming to provide a range of practical services to individuals and families who are finding it difficult to access the help they require.
"This could even be something as simple as providing a friendly voice on the end of a phone line, for those who are suffering from loneliness during self-isolation.
"We would also like to ask businesses and individuals to get in touch about volunteering time or resources to our efforts.
"They can contact us directly, or donate to our JustGiving page."
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