How Can I Help?
There are lots of ways you can offer to help at the minute, we have listed a few in this article.
Check the groups mentioned below and you can post offers to help and support others. It could be walking a dog, making a phone call, collecting some shopping or helping to deliver surplus food donations all over Stapleford.
You can also share the information below and point people in the right direction who may need help and support. This helps get the official information out there. It’s another way you can help.
If you need help and support whilst you can’t leave your home or are self-isolating, please visit the Nottinghamshire Coronavirus Community Support Hub who are there to help with essential services such as food supplies, collecting medicines and dog walking and can help with advice on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing.
If you would like to volunteer or register to get help, please visit www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/coronaviruscommunityhub
Many satellite food banks have closed or are delivery only. It is strongly advised that people phone their food bank to confirm if they are open/their qualifying criteria
Referral: County Council 0300 500 80 80 or an advice centre
Hope, Hope House, Boundary Road, NG9 2RF
0303 040 1110 option 1
Mon, Weds, 9.30-12,
Thurs, Sat 9.30-10.30
Refer via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastwood Volunteer Bureau, Wellington Place, NG16 3GB
01773 535 255
Friday 10am – 1.00pm
Haven Church, Wadsworth Rd, NG9 8BD
Tuesdays and Fridays at the Haven 10am -12pm
0115 824 0287 option 2
Montrose Court Church, 4 Montrose Court, NG9 8LJ
If you have a voucher or need a food parcel please contact: The Church @ Montrose Court Facebook page, messenger or call 07941 367911
Opening hours are 9:00- 11:30am Mon, Wed and Thursday