Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer.
Find out how to become a volunteer and support those in your community who are especially vulnerable to coronavirus by providing vital supplies, like food and medicine, or being a friendly voice on the end of the phone.
What we need from you
We need people to pick up and deliver essential items like food and medicine to vulnerable people who are self-isolating at home.
To limit the risk of spread, you’ll be asked to ring the doorbell, drop off the items and leave, therefore keeping as much distance as possible between you and the person you are delivering to.
We also need people who can check in and chat with people over the phone. Social isolation increases loneliness, so having someone on the end of the phone that people can have a friendly chat with can be really important to someone’s wellbeing.
Please take a look at the government's guidance on how to help safely.
How it works
If you’d like to become a volunteer, you contact one of the three groups below or contact us by calling 023 8068 8000, emailing Coronavirusemail@example.com or clicking the button below.
Please be aware it may take us a couple of days to respond, please bear with us - we will be in touch as soon as we can.
If you live in Chandler's Ford Parish (Chandler's Ford, Hiltingbury, Velmore) i.e. west of the M3, please contact:
If you live in Eastleigh town, Boyatt Wood, Bishopstoke, Fair Oak or Horton Heath, please contact:
If you live in Hedge End, West End, Botley, Bursledon, Hamble, or Netley, please contact:
Kings Community Church
Use Council telephone number (023 8068 8000)
Other ways to help the NHS
In addition to becoming a community response volunteer, the NHS is also looking for people to help with a number of other roles, such as transporting healthy patients home or transporting equipment, supplies and or medication between NHS services and sites.
Find out more: https://www.goodsamapp.org/NHS
One Community is also supporting vulnerable people across the Borough and continuing to recruit volunteers and place them in important roles. You can contact One Community by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 023 8090 2400.