1.Dropping these cards through your neighbours’ doors
2.Hammersmith and Fulham Foodbank
The foodbank desperately needs donations of tinned and long-life goods. The donations are fewer, and the demand is greater.
They need the following:
Volunteers as they are low on staff
Someone to help collect food donations (either in their van or your own car)
The following food: https://hammersmithfulham.foodbank.org.uk/ to be dropped at the collection points in supermarkets or deliveries 9am-2pm on Tuesdays and 1pm-5pm on Fridays to St Matthew's
Address: St Matthews Church, Wandsworth Bridge Rd, London SW6 2TX
Contact: email@example.com / 020 7731 3693
Regenerate Rise are putting together weekly provision boxes to support the elderly who have to isolate.
To help contact Mo:
07774 116 972
4.The Upper Room
The Upper Room have said that they are determined to stay open and continue to serve food to the homeless community but they are low on all supplies. They desperately need soap, antibacterial gel and any pouches of antibacterial wipes that they can give to their guests. They also need dry food donations.
To help contact Cecilia:
020 8740 5688
5.Baron’s Court Project
Baron’s Court Project support low income families. Their costs having increased since the outbreak due to increased cleaning measures etc and their regular food deliveries have reduced. They desperately need both dry foods and funds.
To donate food contact Poppy or Henry: 020 7603 5232
To donate money:
Account name: Barons Court Project Limited
Branch: Natwest, Hammersmith Branch
Sort Code: 60-50-06
Account Number: 11309032
6. Crisis & other homelessness charities
Crisis are asking if, in principle, you would be interested in volunteering for an organisation working with homeless people in London. This might be Crisis, or another fantastic charity that we work with, so that together we can provide the best support for people who are homeless across our city. There is no commitment at this stage and we will be in touch with you with more details.
Please only express your interest if you are not in an at-risk group identified by the current government guidelines.