As part of living with COVID-19 in Salford, Salford CVS has put together some tips for the best ways you can offer your support.
Donate money to Salford4Good – Salford4Good is a charitable initiative that supports local good causes. Money donated will be redistributed to support community projects.
You can donate to local foodbanks via donation points in supermarkets or at designated drop off slots at your local food bank, club or charity. Please see information on the individual arrangements local organisations have in place for accepting donations via the link below. Alternatively, you can contact the organisation directly prior to making your donation.
You can also give money directly to food banks, clubs and charities via their online donation pages - making a one off or recurring donation will enable them to purchase essential provisions in these times of high demand.
Be a good neighbour. You can be a good neighbour over the phone, virtually or in person in a way you are both comfortable with (eg outdoors or with face coverings):
If someone is in need of more help than you can give please direct them to Salford City Council’s Spirit of Salford Helpline by calling 0800 952 1000 or completing the online form.
If you would like to be part of Salford’s Coronavirus Response Volunteering initiative, please follow this link to register.
Coronavirus Response Volunteers are supporting the community in varied roles, including: Trusted Voices Champions, Community Outreach and Driving.
If you have any queries about being a good neighbour or Coronavirus Response Volunteering please contact Salford CVS on 0161 787 7795 or email email@example.com
This page was last updated on 22 July 2021