Aston Villa are calling on the club’s loyal fanbase to continue to show your fantastic support – not at Villa Park but within your local community!
The United Kingdom, and indeed the world, is navigating challenging times amid the current impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the latest government advice, click here.
Villa supporters, players and staff come together each week to get behind the club on the pitch.
And, just as much as ever, we need everyone – if you’re able to do so - to unite in their efforts off the pitch and help the vulnerable people in your local area.
Can you be a good team-mate and help look after the elderly and vulnerable in need within your local community?
#viralkindness was the brainchild of Becky Wass, an associate lecturer at Falmouth University, who wanted to spread kindness and support people in helping their neighbours.
The idea involves printing off paper postcards and writing your name, location and contact number, before simply dropping through letterboxes offering your help with either i) picking up shopping, ii) a friendly phone call, iii) posting mail or iv) urgent supplies.
We all need as many people as possible to be pro-active and vigilant in these difficult times.
Download your postcards
We would also like to take this opportunity to urge everyone to remain safe and remind you of the latest NHS information and advice surrounding coronavirus, click here.
We are the Aston Villa family, we’re all together!