How you can help in Brighton & Hove
- Brighton & Hove Community Works - Latest Information and what you can do
- Community Works volunteering opportunities in response to Covid-19
- Find your local Mutual Aid group to volunteer with
- Community Base volunteer search
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The Brighton & Hove Food Partnership are coordinating activity around ensuring no-one goes hungry.
- Food Partnership - COVID-19: What you can do to help
- The Food partnership have also launched a Hungry at Home fundraising campaign to ensure the most vulnerable people in our city are not left hungry indoors.
- The Food Partnership have also put together some guidelines on organising volunteers and food hubs
- FareShare Sussex based in Moulsecoomb are calling on healthy and willing citizens to give up a few hours a week to help in their warehouse or go out making deliveries. They are also asking for donations to support their work.
- The Bevy are running a Meals on wheels initiative to deliver food to isolated people. Some days they need volunteer drivers to deliver hot meals around Moulsecoomb & Bevendean at lunchtimes. Please call the Bevy if you can help on 01273 281 009. They are also asking for donations to support the service here.
Organisations needing volunteers
- Together Co are looking for volunteers who can chat to isolated people on the phone or to drop off essential food and supplies to vulnerable people. Details here.
- Acorn union is organising local volunteers to support people in the community who need shopping, prescription collection, post and anything else they may need if they are stuck at home.