Midlands volunteers are ensuring no one is left needing food or medication.
People across the midlands are rallying together to make sure no one is left behind during the Coronavirus crisis.
A number of groups have been set up to offer assistance to elderly and vulnerable people who may be affected by the social distancing practices.
Richard Ball, from the volunteer group in Clonmellon-Killallon on the Meath / Westmeath border, says they're expecting an increase in calls next week when food supplies at home begin to run low.
He says they're ready to step in, even for the most stubborn:
Meanwhile in the Faithful county, The "Offaly Watching Out For Your Neighbour" group has been set up to offer assistance to those in need.
Independent Councillor John Leahy says people delivering the goods will be well known in the area:
Mullingar Lions Club in line with their ethos “to serve” wish to offer their resources and support, in association with all the front line services, to the people affected by the Coronavirus pandemic in the greater Mullingar community.
Frank: 087 644 3742
Tom: 087 241 1102
John: 087 298 0425