Camden Liberal Democrats are here to help in our communities. This page will be updated regularly with new information as and when we get it. Take a look at how you can help your neighbours:
Have a look at Camden Council's "how you can help" page HERE
There are local ward WhatsApp groups available to join where you can offer or ask for help.
Where can I find the latest advice?
The latest UK Government advice is available at gov.uk/coronavirus
The latest England medical advice is available at nhs.uk/coronavirus
The latest information and advice from Camden Council is available at news.camden.gov.uk/coronavirus-camden-responds-to-covid-19-pandemic/
Are you able to donate to local community groups?
The NHS is looking for volunteers through the GoodSAM including drivers and people to make calls to those who are lonely. You can sign up HERE.
Camden Giving are donating to give money to charities, community groups and social enterprises who are operating with increased demand, lower incomes and more money for them is vital for Camden.
You can donate HERE.
AgeUK in Camden are sending food packages to elderly residents across the borough. Can you donate to their efforts HERE?
New Horizon Youth Centre, which supports young homeless people in Camden, is supporting young people with nowhere to live via outreach work, rather than at its centre. You can support their work by giving a donation.
Useful Numbers if you or someone you know needs help because of Coronavirus:
Camden Council Covid Helpline:
0207 974 4444 Ext 9.
Age UK Camden: 0207 837 3777.
We are supporting St Cuthbert’s and the charity Foodcycle to distribute food parcels to people in the NW6 area who need help. Please assist by donating tinned vegetables, meat, soup and fruit to add to the food parcels. Drop off locations below. (Please use these times as the churches aren’t open otherwise.) Or you can donate to Foodcycle via www.foodcycle.org.uk
Emmanuel Church, West End Green: Tuesdays & Thursdays: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
St Mary’s Kilburn (corner of Priory Rd and Abbey Rd): Fridays: 10am - 2pm.
St Cuthbert’s Church, Fordwych Road: Fridays: 6pm - 7pm.