Harvey Norman has rewarded local COVID-19 heroes Ahmed Hassan and Justin Dickinson with $2,000 each to spend on whatever they want in store for their efforts to help those in need during Melbourne’s lockdown. Mr Dickinson founded The Big Umbrella Foundation, which prepares meals made using surplus food and delivers them to the homeless and disadvantaged at Federation Square. Another organisation giving back to the community is Youth Activating Youth – founded by 24-year-old Ahmed Hassan. The group advocates for young people from largely migrant communities, supporting them with education, employment, health and wellbeing and in justice and rehabilitation. However, COVID-19 has led the organisation to help the most vulnerable with bills, food, and essentials. Sky News host Paul Murray spoke to Mr Hassan and Mr Dickinson on their work for the community. “I want to help you out and Harvey Norman want to help you out as well, so I’m pleased to say that tonight on the behalf of Harvey Norman, I’m going to pass on the news that both of you have got $2,000 that you can spend in store, whatever you guys want,” Mr Murray said.