Coronavirus (COVID-19): I want to help
- Volunteer (as an individual, business or voluntary sector organisation)
- Donate to Haringey Giving (online, by text or using our wishlist)
- Stay safe
- Careful about scams
Volunteers are an important part of the Coronavirus response. Click the button below to see available volunteering opportunities in Haringey and to register your interest.
Connected Communities are collecting details of local businesses who would like to offer support to help others in the borough - we are grateful for all offers of help and support from local businesses.
Please note your information may be shared with our strategic partners, including the Bridge Renewal Trust and local NHS.
Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) organisations
The Bridge Renewal Trust is collecting the details of VCS organisations that can provide support to help others in the borough.
Some of you may want to help by donating money for those who need it most. Haringey Giving is a fund managed by people in the Haringey community. The team are working on how to direct funds to the people that are most in need. See more information on Haringey Giving (external link).
If you want to donate online, click the button below:
Text to give
You can also send a text to donate money to those who need it most using the link below:
People in Haringey are in need of specific essentials that we are struggling to find. So we have created a ‘wishlist’ on Amazon to enable you to buy the things that people need most. If you want to buy something, click the button below:
The government has introduced measures to make volunteering much easier for all of us. To support this, we’ve developed some advice on how to stay safe while volunteering.
Action Fraud and Trading Standards have received reports of fraudsters posing as charity volunteers offering to help with shopping, offering fake virus testing, or claiming to be raising funds for charity.
If you want to donate safely to a charity, make sure you check the charity’s name and registration number on GOV.UK (external link) first.
- See also: COVID-19 Scams and Misinformation.
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