Since the outbreak, charities in our region and across the UK have been struggling.
The latest non-profit organisation to run into trouble is Sue Ryder, which is based in Sudbury, Suffolk. Essential revenue from their high street shops and fundraising events has dried up since the lockdown, Now, they've warned that they may lose their hospices in Ipswich, Peterborough and Bedfordshire.
CEO Heidi Travis spoke to ITV Anglia about how Sue Ryder is dealing with coronavirus' impact at the moment.
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