Here is a list of sources of support, volunteering opportunities, petitions and campaigns both locally and nationally. If you know of anything that should be on the list, please email us at email@example.com.
HELP FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR FAMILY
Government support for people who are clinically extremely vulnerable
Anyone who has a medical condition which makes them extremely vulnerable to Covid-19 can register for support on this Government website.
Haringey Council’s Connected Communities
There is also support from the Council’s Connected Communities programme for people concerned about the impact Coronavirus is having on their circumstances.
From the GLA Hub, this information on Covid-19 for non-UK nationals:
HELPING OTHER PEOPLE
Haringey Covid-19 Mutual Aid
Join the Haringey Covid-19 Mutual Aid Facebook group for information and resources on how to support each other in your area. Further guidelines and your local WhatsApp group can be found on their ‘About’ page.
Haringey Migrants Support Centre
Undocumented migrants with no recourse to public funds are particularly vulnerable at this time. Haringey Migrant Support Centre are asking for donations to their Coronoavirus Hardship fund to help destitute visitors who are going to have to cope with the Coronavirus outbreak and its economic and social consequences without access to HMSC’s regular triage service. Please consider giving generously.
Caris Haringey are calling for donations of food and toiletries, for families with No Recourse to Public Funds. Please contact Tonya on 07498 628 494 to arrange collection/drop off.
You can also help feed London’s most vulnerable people with a donation to the Felix Project which distributes food that would otherwise be wasted.
The COVID daily self report tracker app developed by Kings College, to help scientist track the virus: https://covid.joinzoe.com/
There is a petition calling for the release of migrants held in detention, and wider calls for the suspension of the Hostile Environment and of ‘no recourse to public funds’ during the pandemic.
This RAPAR petition demanding access to healthcare and services for all.
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