Spike in Australian cases as impact of Coronavirus grows, CEF here to help

A spike in coronavirus cases in NSW has seen the number of Australians with the disease increase above 1,000 with the death toll remaining at seven. Australian authorities predict a rise in cases as Australians return from overseas as the world deals with this global pandemic.

To our communities across Australia’s countryside – we are in this together.

Please reach out to us if there’s anything we can do to support you through this unsettling time.

We sending our very best wishes and especially thinking about the more vulnerable people in our community, the elderly and immune-compromised.

An open letter to Australia’s leaders from the Community Council of Australia (of which CEF is a member) about how charities are critical in response to Covid-19.

Please know that the CEF national office is working hard behind the scenes to create a strategy to see us through this challenge, to ensure that we pivot and adapt in a way that best supports us all.

We will keep you all updated with news from head office in the coming weeks, but in the meantime, please take care of yourselves and your community.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out by emailing our team – [email protected].

First and foremost, take care of yourself, your community, your family and loved ones.

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