Currently our projects are facing very challenging times trying to deliver their outputs and serve their communities. They have been very creative and have come up with some innovative virtual solutions. The project workers seem even busier than ever as many of their staff are also volunteering for a broad range of emergency initiatives including delivering food parcels to those most in need, raising funds to reinstate gas and electricity meters for those who have been cut off due to loss of jobs, supporting people through the Universal Credit application process, creating new food banks and offering emotional and practical support to their beneficiries. These are funded outside of their PEAT Project and are in most cases delivered using a number of volunteers some of whom have been furloughed from their day jobs but want to keep busy. The PEAT activities are being delivered using virtual methods where possible.