Ways to help your fellow City fans
We’re proud to have reached out to over 50 supporters through our “Keep in Touch” scheme. Run by club volunteers, we are helping our football community stay connected in these unusual times. If you know of any supporters who would appreciate a call from the Club (they don’t have to be offline) please let us know via email@example.com
Local hotline runs 7 days a week for those with questions
B&NES Compassionate Community continues to run a hotline to help people through the COVID-19 crisis. This includes getting the latest information on accessing food and medication including local deliveries), debt and money advice, youth services, and mental health support. Please share the number with anyone who you think could benefit: 0300 247 0050.
Looking for new interests
TimeBank, one of our charity neighbours in Twerton high street are offering online activities for anyone interested in developing new skills. Interested in sustainable gardening? Join the calls via https://m.facebook.com/Time-Bank-Plus-199295856783029/
Sign up to help local people
Remember that you can sign up as a volunteer to help people across B&NES by filling out a form here. You can choose from a variety of volunteer activities, e.g. delivering supplies or checking in with isolated people who need support. You will then be matched with a local charity that has registered needs. You can sign up for some activities even if you are self-isolating.
There’s also a helpful list of other local initiatives here.