It’s hard to know what to do at a time like this. It feels like so many of us are falling into a deep sense of despair as we’re bombarded with apocalyptic news on our social media feeds and on the radio. The good news is that thousands of you are already gearing up to help your communities in the face of Covid-19 .
We are looking to add kind-hearted local volunteers to our existing list.
“As part of our contingency plan, we are developing a list of all of our carers by area that can step in and help vulnerable people in the community. We will draw on the list of carers for our own clients and others that contact AHC looking for support, we will also share the list with other local companies and charities that find themselves in the same position.”
We would like to support the community that we live in and ensure that nobody is left isolated or without support. We don’t ask for anything in return, we just believe in helping each other in a time of difficulty. We are now actively looking for volunteers in different areas in Buckinghamshire that can be called on for various tasks:
- Collect prescriptions
- Urgent Tasks
- Care Visits
With the news of our loved ones over the age of 70 beginning to self-quarantine. The goal of this campaign is to provide resources and connect those in need to willing carers and volunteers. In this time of uncertainty, we’re coming together to lend each other a helping hand.
This is a global crisis, with terrible, widespread consequences that are still unfolding. But, in many ways, it calls for local responses. No matter what we look like, where we live, or how much we are worth, getting sick reminds us that we are all vulnerable humans. Simultaneously, in every community it’s still the old, the sick and those who are most structurally disadvantaged that will be most affected.
If you would like to support the community and join in, Please call Sarah, our operations manager, on 07376 354 418 – With your help , we are hoping to create volunteers hub across the county to carry out acts of kindness to help those affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Thank you so much.