The resilient and generous inner west community has risen to the challenge of Covid-19: Residents have flocked to get tested for the virus; neighbours have built street pantries or looked out for elderly neighbours; and community organisations have stepped up to make sure nobody gets left behind. Volunteers from Boomerang Bags Inner West have been sewing masks out of recycled fabric for front line workers, while Reverse Garbage has been making personal protective equipment out of recycled materials. With the help of Socceroo Craig Foster, The Addison Road Food Pantry has provided tens of thousands of people with nourishing food and essential supplies to organisations working in at-risk communities. From home cooked meals to advice about how to navigate rent negotiations with your landlord, the Inner West Mutual Aid online community has helped people band together and support one another through this crisis. Off-line, volunteers letter-boxed thousands of homes to help vulnerable people find help. It's clear we'll get through Covid-19 by working together and thanks to the generosity of residents and organisations like these, I know we'll be a stronger and more compassionate community on the other side.