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    OLLIE FOUNDATION HELPS STUDENTS COPE WITH STRESS AND ANXIETY CAUSED BY PANDEMIC

    Students returning from university can join a series of talks and workshops being offered by the Ollie Foundation to help them cope with stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic. Ollie’s programme of free Winter Wellbeing online courses, which are taking place throughout December and January, is being supported by Daisy Cooper MP as the focus of her 2020 Christmas Appeal.
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    MP invites good causes to seize free online funding opportunity

    Local charities, volunteer organisations and community groups are invited to take part with Daisy Cooper MP in a free online workshop designed to help good causes in her constituency raise much-needed funds. The virtual funding workshop will be held on 6 January at 14:00 and is being hosted by People’s Postcode Lottery, which last year raised £8 million for thousands of community groups and good causes across the country and distributed more than £34,000 to small, local charities and projects in St Albans.
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    CAMPAIGN SECURES CONTACT AT CHRISTMAS FOR CARE HOME RESIDENTS

    Families of care home residents can look forward to giving their loved-ones a big hug this Christmas following the success of a cross-party campaign led by Daisy Cooper, the MP for St Albans. Forty MPs from across the political spectrum had signed a joint letter to health secretary Matt Hancock deploring the lack of contact permitted by families with relatives in care homes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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    GOVERNMENT MUST STEP UP COVID SUPPORT FOR DISABLED

    Daisy Cooper MP has called on the Government to include more help for disabled people and their families in its response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The MP for St Albans was speaking during a debate in Parliament to highlight the need for greater support for the UK’s 14 million disabled people – the country’s largest minority.
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