SUDBURY COMMUNITY NETWORK
Supporting Sudbury's community and businesses through collaboration during the Coronavirus outbreak
How can you help? - Volunteer Now
The outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) across the globe has had an unprecedented impact on our communities. In order to delay the spread of the virus, we are all being urged to play our part by following government and NHS guidelines. In Sudbury, a town known for our community spirit (we've even won awards for it!), there has been an outpouring of support for vulnerable residents, parents and families, and those being advised to self-isolate at this time.
Sudbury Town Council has helped to establish the Sudbury Community Network (SCN), which endeavours to match volunteers and their skills with needs created by the COVID-19 emergency.
Please consider how you could help our local community by volunteering some of your spare time. There are many ways; either helping for a few hours at a foodbank, helping deliver food to isolated families near you, checking on vulnerable neighbours, or helping with administration if you are well, but stuck at home.
Need our help?
In order to efficiently deliver this service, Sudbury Town Council's much loved Tourist Information Team will temporarily become our Volunteer Coordinators. Putting their people skills to good use, and working closely with our Community Warden Team they'll be coordinating your generous offers of support and linking you to the organistaions and people that need your help. Please use the forms below to volunteer.
Are you or do you know someone vunerable in Sudbury or Great Cornard who needs our help accessing essential items or services during the COVID-19 crisis?
Please get in touch:
or please call: 01787 275776
Sudbury Community Network Steering Committe: Chaired by Ciaran Griffin; Town Clerk, Sudbury Town Council, Cllr Louise Fowler, Sudbury Town Council; Rev. Andrew Stewart-Darling, Stour Valley Vineyard; Rev. Chris Ramsey, St. Andrews, Gt. Cornard; Vicky Leonard, Storehouse Food Bank; Rev. Tom Munford, St Gregory's Church and Haidee Stephens, Storehourse Food Bank Volunteer.
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