HELPING THE ONE, THINKING ABOUT THE VULNERABLE
In these uncertain times, we believe the church is called to be a beacon of hope and support for the people in our community. As Christians, we have the opportunity to rise up – being concerned not just about our own needs but asking the question – ‘How can I help?
1. DONATE ITEMS
We are collecting a number of food and household items for the vulnerable in our cities working with local authorities, organisations and local Trussell Trust food banks.
Buy some items of our shopping list and arrange a contactless collection
We need a number of food and household items for the vulnerable in our cities. In London we are also in need of (used) laptops / tablets for young refugees to continue their school work.
Buy some extra items on our shopping list during your weekly shop and click the "arrange a collection" button below to organise a contactless pick-up.
We are developing a number of safe volunteering opportunities with trusted partners
across our locations. One of our main initiatives is supporting the Mayor of London’s response for the homeless with MEDICAL SUPPORT, FOOD PROGRAM and ACCOMMODATION SUPPORT
Help the Homeless in London
We are partnering with the London Mayor’s Office to provide medical support to the hotels where we have accommodated the homeless that have a high health vulnerability.
We need nurses, doctors or paramedics who can deliver (remote) support. So even if you're not in London you can still help out
We need frontline workers who have experience in working with homeless people to support our partners in accommodating and feeding the homeless in London.
The role requires contact and relationship building with homeless people so the ‘right’ type of person is important
If you don’t have the necessary experience for the other roles but would like to get involved.
We need committed volunteers who can get involved in supporting our partnerships to house and look after the homeless community during the COVID-19 outbreak
Across our locations we work with local authorities and trusted community partners to reach out to the elderly and refugees, pack and deliver food parcels and provide
3. CONTRIBUTE FINANCIALLY
Contribute financially towards our COVID-19 Response to help us support those most vulnerable in our society, such as the elderly, homeless and refugees. Funds will go towards helping these groups access essential items and groceries