Find out how you can help during the coronavirus outbreak, including how you can volunteer
Supporting the vulnerable
The most immediate form of help you can provide to your community during this time is to look out for vulnerable neighbours.
Norfolk County Council (NCC) have created some coronavirus materials to help. You can:
- download NCC's one sided or two sided postcard to tell a neighbour that you’re available
- download NCC's community action poster to display in support of your community
You can find out more resources on the NCC website.
How to volunteer
Voluntary Norfolk is asking people to sign up to volunteer. They're particularly keen to hear from people who have skills in health and social care roles. But roles will be added as gaps arise.
They've received a great response so far. So it may take a short while for someone to contact you. Thank you for your patience.
Concerned about a family member or friend?
If you're concerned about a family member or friend, NCC have some useful guidance.
Safeguarding concerns about a child?
If you have concerns about a child, please visit Norfolk County Council's reporting concerns web page.
Donate to the Covid-19 community response fund
The Covid-19 community response fund has been set up by Norfolk Community Foundation. It's been created to support vital community projects. Additional funding will help them to adapt or expand their services. This will provide much needed care and support now, and in the months ahead.
National Emergencies Trust
National Emergencies Trust coronavirus appeal support organisations and charities who are helping those most affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Visit National Emergencies for more information.
Parking for keyworkers
Workers key to the COVID-19 response are able to park for free in certain car parks in west Norfolk. You can find out more on our key workers page.