As coronavirus cases continue to rise, Scousers are pulling together to help the most vulnerable in society.
Liverpool fan union Spirit of Shankly (SoS) have offered to support the elderly and at risk, who are struggling to cope as Covid-19 sweeps across the UK.
SoS have teamed up with local taxi drivers and Morrisons to help deliver food boxes to those in need.
The group are asking people who live in Merseyside to get in touch with them via email and they will “sort the rest.”
A statement on their website said: “ It’s tough for the healthiest, most robust of us in these extraordinary times, so imagine how hard it must be for the elderly, those at risk and the most vulnerable in our communities, those who struggle day-to-day under regular circumstances.
“Spirit of Shankly hopes to make life a little more bearable by helping where we can.
“If any of our members know of family, friends or neighbours who would benefit from a food box being delivered to their door then get in touch.
“We will arrange the food, in conjunction with Morrisons, and delivery using local taxi firms.
“If you know anyone who could use a helping hand, email email@example.com and we’ll do the rest.
“Please include the name and address of the recipient, what items they need or items they can’t have. Due to logistics this is available only to those in Merseyside.
“You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
The news comes as thousands of kind-hearted Scousers have signed up to a "volunteer army" to help support the city's most vulnerable people during the coronavirus crisis.
A special volunteer hotline launched by Liverpool City Council saw over a thousand people sign-up in the first 24 hours.
Volunteers are helping to pick up medication, reach out to those isolated and work in foodbanks.
The council has now given the details of around 500 of those who volunteered their services to the Trussell Trust to hopefully man the city's foodbanks when people need them the most.
At the same time, foodbank volunteers are coming together to launch a new hub in one of the city's leisure centres where packs will be created and delivered to those in need.
The local authority has also been contacted by around 50 different community organisations who will help to build a new city-wide network that the council will utilise over the next 12 weeks to help support the most vulnerable and isolated residents in the city.
The council is keen to hear from more groups and organisations that will help to build this vital network.