This page pulls together all of the key information that we have found to support you during this time of crisis. It includes:
- all of the current funding pots we know of, that are available and relevant to our demographic
- information and guidance to help you keep your organisation running smoothly, and to support staff and service users
Funders that have responded to the crisis but are not currently open to applications are listed on a separate page of currently closed funds, for information only.
We are working hard to keep this information as up-to-date as possible. If you have information that you feel we should add to the page, please send it to email@example.com.
The LCVS Capacity Building Team is still here to help you:
- Find out what we could help you with
- complete our enquiry form to have a member of the team get in contact with you
Funding Opportunities and Information
The following list of funders details what funding is currently available and how individual funders are adapting to support charitable organisations throughout the crisis.
7 Stars Foundation
An unrestricted grant funding programme for charities across the UK looking after at risk young people across the themes of abuse; addiction; homelessness and those who are supporting young child carers.
Grants are available up to £2,500 for charities with a turnover of under £1.5M, to be directed on overheads; salary costs and however else the charity sees fit to ensure their survival and sustainable service in the future.
Visit the 7 Stars Foundation website.
Albert Hunt Trust
Funding for capital projects or running costs available to registered charities that provide hospice care, provide support for the homeless or promote health and wellbeing.
Hope Beyond fund for churches and Christian charities. Up to £50,000 for projects tackling issues of loneliness, growing community resilience, promoting mental health, or developing online services. Funding may include capital costs and salaries.
Visit the All Churches website.
Arts Council England
National Lottery Project Grants – the priority is helping to fund independent organisations, creative practitioners and freelancers as quickly as possible.
Coronavirus response – Made £160 million of emergency funding available for organisations and individuals in need during this crisis. Also changed its funding requirements for individuals and organisations currently in receipt of their funding, to help alleviate pressure as best they can.
Respond and reimagine grants from Art Fund provide funding to help museums, galleries and cultural organisations respond to immediate challenges connected to the Covid-19 crisis, and offer support to adapt and reimagine ways of working for the longer-term future.
Visit the Art Fund website.
Transforming Communities and Improving Lives Grants are designed to support grassroots organisations at the heart of communities.
Visit the ASDA Foundation website.
Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust – reopens 1 Feb 2021
Grants rounds in 2021 will fund projects that help combat homelessness, and work with refugees and asylum seekers.
Visit the Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust website.
Aviva Community Fund – closes 19 Jan 2021
Funding is available for fresh ideas looking to secure up to £50,000.
Visit the Aviva Community Fund website.
BBC Children in Need
Small and main grants – The small grants and main grants programmes from Children in Need have now reopened. The deadline for both programmes is 21 December 2020.
Small grants provide up to £10,000 per year for up to 3 years, while main grants offer £10,000 upwards for up to 3 years.
Visit the Children in Need website.
Emergency Essentials Programme – The Emergency Essentials Programme supports children and young people who are facing exceptionally difficult circumstances, and is delivered by Family Fund Business Services.
The programme provides items that meet a child’s most basic needs, such as a bed to sleep in, a cooker to provide a hot meal and other items or services critical to a child’s wellbeing. Applications must be made by a registered referrer.
Visit the Family Fund Services website.
Bernard Sunley Charitable Trust
Grants for charities, CIOs and organisations with ‘exempt’ status with the Charity Commission, in the categories of community, education, health and social welfare. The funding is for capital projects, and in particular ones that include new buildings, extensions, refurbishments, recreational spaces or new minibuses.
The majority of grants issued are in the small grants category (under £5k) but the trust also issues medium grants (under £20k) and large grants (over £20k).
Visit the Bernard Sunley Charitable Trust website.
Big Society Capital
A £100 million programme of loans and investment to help get much-needed emergency funding to social enterprises, charities and small businesses in disadvantaged areas affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Get the details via the Big Society Capital website.
B&Q has set up a new foundation and will award up to £5,000 to local charities that support people experiencing bad housing or homelessness, as well as community projects looking to improve their spaces. It is not currently issuing grants but you can still register your interest, in advance of the next funding round.
Visit the B&Q Foundation page.
Launched the Secure Communities scheme providing free security kits, worth up to £150, for community properties, equipment or outdoor areas that need extra security at this time.
Visit the Burg-Wächter website.
Childs Charitable Trust – next deadline 28 Feb 2021
Unless you are an ‘excepted’ charity, all applicants must be registered with the Charity Commission of England and Wales, the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator or the Charity Commission of Northern Ireland.
The fund’s values are based on the Christian faith and they welcome applications from all Christian based organisations. They also accept applications for funds to help develop policy, advocacy and research.
Get the details of the Childs Charitable Trust website.
Clinks – 4 Jan 2021
Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with an annual income under £250,000 can apply to Clinks now for grant funding to support their vital work through the winter. The deadline for applications is 9am on Monday 4 January 2021, although early applications are encouraged.
Visit the Clinks website.
Common Call COVID Fund
Round two: Opening 10am on Tuesday 12 January – closing at 4pm on Tuesday 19 January
Round three: Opening 10am on Tuesday 2 March – closing at 4pm on Tuesday 9 March
Grants between £1K-£3K and 1 year of support available to black-led social impact organisations. Specifically looking for organisations that are creating impact in deprived communities and providing services to people that have been adversely affected by the COVID crisis in terms of physical health, mental health and/or financially. Your beneficiaries should primarily be people that identify as Black or Mixed with Black.
Visit the Common Call website.
Community Business Renewal Fund
Power to Change has launched the Community Business Renewal Initiative, in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The £3million Community Business Renewal Fund forms part of this support package. The fund will provide grants of between £10,000 and £20,000 to community businesses in England affected by the Covid-19 crisis, helping them to adapt, renew and rebuild their business so they can remain financially viable.
Visit the Power to Change website.
The Cosaraf Foundation’s Hardship Grants provide small grants to individuals facing significant hardship. The foundation only accepts applications from recognised social organisations such as charities, housing associations, schools and social services acting on behalf of a family or individual in need. Grants of up to £2,000 are available for eligible individuals and families. Most grants are between £500-£1,000. If any organisations need support for clients, especially those struggling as a result of Covid-19, submit an application online. Applications are assessed every six weeks.
Visit the Cosaraf website.
Discretionary Business Grants
See our Government Covid-19 Funding page.
For the immediate future (including June and October Board meetings), Dulverton Trust’s grant-making will be focused on:
(a) charities which meet funding criteria and are well-placed to support vulnerable communities through this crisis (previous grant recipients will be prioritised, but they may consider new charities as an exception)
(b) supporting charities with which they have an existing relationship to overcome funding challenges caused by the COVID-19 crisis
Get the full details on the Dulverton Trust website.
Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund
Open to community organisations and charities in Merseyside, operating in a wide range of areas. In light of Covid-19, trustees are particularly interested in applications which seek support for activities which have particular burdens placed on them because of the infection, such as foodbanks, organisations providing domestic violence support, volunteer organisations specifically supporting communities including those with restricted mobility or other disabilities and animal welfare activities.
Visit the Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund website.
Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation
The Foundation provides funding to a broad range of UK-registered charities working to support or improve the lives of recipients through art, healthcare, literature, music and theatre. The Trustees give priority to projects where their donation can make a difference and can progress the Charity’s initiative. There is a broad remit and all applications will be considered on their own merits. No deadline. Applications are reviewed at regular intervals.
Visit the Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation website.
Has launched a new strategy with three key aims: improving the natural world, tackling injustice to deliver a fairer future, and nurturing creative, confident communities. The focus is on larger and longer-term grants.
Visit the Esmee Fairbairn website.
Main grants scheme:
Key areas for the fund are arts and learning. In light of C19, the Foyle Foundation is seeking to support organisations to stabilize and recover from the impact of coronavirus i.e. value for money, long term benefit and sustainability in supported projects. The majority of Main Grants are expected to be in the range of £10,000 to £50,000 for revenue projects, with some larger grants possible depending upon need and purpose. Organisations with a turnover of less than £150,000 may be more suited to the Small Grants Scheme (below).
Small grants scheme:
The scheme is designed to support charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level. Applications can be accepted from charities that have an annual turnover of less than £150,000 per annum.
These are one year grants to cover core costs or essential equipment, to enable ongoing service provision, homeworking, or delivery of online digital services to charities that can show financial stability.
Visit the Foyle Foundation website.
The Garfield Weston Foundation has announced a £25m fund to help cultural organisations recover from the Covid-19 pandemic. It will offer grants of between £100,000 and £2m to visual arts organisations, arts centres, museums and galleries with a minimum annual income of £500,000. Applications will be open between 5 October and 9 November 2020.
While the fund focuses on medium-sized and large organisations, smaller arts charities will still be able to apply for funds from the foundation’s regular programmes. The foundation accepts and reviews applications below £100,000 on an ongoing basis and charities can apply anytime.
Find out more on the Garfield Weston website.
George Bairstow Charitable Trust
Emergency aid for communities, the encouragement of volunteering and skill development in young people. Not specifically COVID funding, but the current challenges are recognised and this funder remains open for business.
Visit the George Bairstow Charitable Trust website.
HDH Wills Charitable Trust
General charities – small grants for registered charities. Grants from the Trust are generally in the region of £250 – £500 and can be for core costs, capital or project funding. Their online application is simple and fairly quick to complete, and applications are assessed monthly – no deadline dates.
Wildlife and environmental charities – focuses on conservation and maintenance for the benefit of the public of the natural environment and its indigenous woodland flora and fauna, with particular reference to the conservation and maintenance of the character and amenity of rural areas. Grants are typically between in the £1,000 to £2,000 range, though sometimes up to £5,000.
Still assessing applications and awarding new grants. Henry Smith has not changed its criteria.
For the full response to the current crisis, visit the Henry Smith website.
Independent Age – deadline 17 Jan 2021
Grants of £5,000 to £15,000 are offered to small and medium sized charities working mostly with older people to re-establish face-to-face services, providing connection and support that many older people need to stay safe, healthy and active in their communities.
Work needs to be focused on older people living in particularly complex and challenging situations and/or older people in danger of being out of sight and out of mind.
Visit the Independent Age website.
John Moores Foundation
John Moores Foundation remains open for applications. Its trustees are aware that this crisis is very likely the precursor to a secondary, maybe bigger one once the lockdown is over. They think there will then be a good chance that a significantly weakened VCS is going to have to deal with much higher levels of poverty and disadvantage than before. Therefore they want to continue with their normal funding programme, albeit with shorter timescales, to help support groups to maintain their cashflow and continue delivering their much-needed projects and services in the medium and longer-term. If groups want to discuss their specific needs at this time with the JMF team, they are, as always, more than welcome to get in touch.
Visit the John Moores Foundation website.
Jospeh Rowntree Charitable Trust
A Covid-19 Organisational Support Fund has been established for existing JRCT grantees. The fund is designed to help grantees adapt their work to the changed context arising from COVID-19.
This might involve assistance with the transition to remote and online working, including costs of computer equipment, digital infrastructure, development of online content, or services for staff and volunteer wellbeing; up to £1,000.
Get the details on the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust website.
LCRCares COVID-19 Community Support Fund
*Grant amount increased from £5k to £10k.*
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram, in partnership with the Community Foundation for Merseyside, has launched the LCR Cares COVID-19 Community Support Fund to support community and voluntary organisations on the frontline. Funding has also been provided by the National Emergencies Trust (NET) to support local need.
Liverpool Film Office
Liverpool City Region Film and TV Development Fund was set up in response to the coronavirus shutdown. It is a £250,000 fund managed by the Liverpool Film Office, a department of Liverpool City Council, and funded by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Strategic Investment Fund.
Aims to provide targeted, fast-tracked support to producers, writers and other creative talent based in the Liverpool City Region and boost the post-COVID-19 recovery of the wider regional production sector by supporting projects that, once developed, can progress swiftly into production in the LCR via the attachment of broadcaster, commissioning platform and/or other 3rd party financier, sales agent and/or distributor.
Visit the Liverpool Film Office website.
Lord’s Taverners Accessible Minibuses Grant Programme (UK)
The Lord’s Taverners, the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity, is accepting applications through its Accessible Minibuses grants programme. SEN Schools and organisations catering for young disabled people in the UK can apply to the Lords Taverners for specially-adapted, wheelchair-accessible minibuses.
Visit the Lord’s Taverners website.
Make A Difference Trust
Small pockets of financial assistance are available to those in theatre, experiencing unexpected financial hardship due to theatre closures as a direct result of Government advice aimed at containing the spread of Coronavirus.
Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership / MSP
MSP has been appointed to commission the sports sector to provide effective projects which target young people who may be at risk of experiencing or becoming involved with violent crime, gang culture or anti-social behaviour. They are looking for organisations operating across the city region, who can create and deliver effective sport and physical activity projects that can really change people’s lives.
The total delivery fund is £112,500. Grants of £2,000 – £40,000 are available.
Visit the Merseyside Sport website.
Morrisons Foundation Covid-19 Homeless Support Fund
Registered charities that care for the homeless can apply for support to cover outreach and support for rough sleepers, including provision of essentials, delivery of services in hostels and shelters and information and advice. Grants of up to £10,000 are available but the emphasis is on smaller amounts to enable as many charities as possible can be supported from the fund.
Get the details and apply to the Morrisons Foundation Covid-19 Homeless Support Fund.
Music for All
Music for All supports every type of music maker from community groups and schools, to experienced musicians and aspirational individuals picking up an instrument for the first time.
There are three opportunities to apply each year – by 1 Feb, 1 Jul and 1 Nov.
Visit the Music for All website.
National Churches Foundation Grant
The Foundation Grant Programme offers grants of between £500 and £5,000 towards urgent maintenance works and small repairs identified as high priority within a recent Quinquennial Inspection or Survey Report. Also, small investigative works and surveys. Project costs should be up to £10,000 excl. VAT and awards will never exceed 50% of the costs. Decisions are made on a rolling basis.
Visit the National Churches Trust website.
National Emergencies Trust
Fundraising appeal launched, to help those most effected by the outbreak. The National Emergencies Trust collaborates with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money, and to support victims at the time of a domestic disaster.
National Lottery Community Fund
Currently open to all grants that meet their funding criteria (under and over £10k).
Visit the National Lottery Community Fund website.
The National Lottery Local Connections Fund, run in conjunction with DCMS and aimed at reducing loneliness, will open for applications on 5 January 2021 (closing again 26 January). Find out about the Local Connections Fund.
National Lottery Heritage Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) has resumed accepting small and medium project funding applications and launched an interest free loans pilot.
The first phase of reopening will offer grants between £3,000 to £10,000 and £10,000 to £100,000, with the focus on supporting organisational resilience and inclusion. It is not available for capital works. NLHF anticipates that the second phase, launching February 2021, will include provision for capital works. Phase two will offer grants between £100,000 to £250,000 and £250,000 to £5,000,000.
In addition to these grants, Heritage Recovery and Resilience Loans of £50,000 to £250,000 are also available.
Visit the Heritage Fund website.
Nesta Arts and Culture Impact Fund
A £20 million fund offering loans between £150,000 and £1 million to help social enterprises in the arts, cultural and heritage sectors innovate and grow.
Get the details on the Nesta website.
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Created a £20m emergency fund, in addition to the £30m already allocated to grant-making programmes for 2020/2021. Open to new applications again from late October, running a mix of recovery grants and programme grants.
Visit the Paul Hamlyn Foundation website.
Persimmon Community Champions
Persimmon Community Champions funds local good causes across the UK by giving up to £64,000 a month (£2,000 from each of Persimmon Homes 32 sites) to fund local community initiatives.
Visit the Persimmmon Homes website.
Emergency fund that welcomes applications from small and medium sized Merseyside charities, operating in any Merseyside borough. Grants from £1,000, with most falling between £5,000-£10,000 for a single year. Can provide help as you deliver new programmes to reach people affected by the pandemic, or help to keep your vital charity services running.
Get full details and apply via the PH Holt website.
Power to Change
Community Business Renewal Initiative – grants of £10,000-£20,000 available to organisations focused on delivering services to those most affected by Covid-19. This money can be used for staffing costs, adaptation of community business and the continued survival of organisations. The fund is aimed at those in the most deprived areas and communities, especially those supporting and led by disabled and BAME-led or BAME- supporting businesses. Round one closed early due to high demand. Rounds two and three will open on 12 January 2021 10am-1pm and Tuesday 2 March 10am-1pm respectively.
Visit the Power to Change website.
The Radcliffe Trust
Applications can be made to either the Music Scheme or the Heritage & Crafts Scheme.
For consideration by the trustees in June: the deadline is 31 January for applications to both the Music and Heritage & Crafts schemes
For consideration by the trustees in December: the deadline is 31st July for applications to both the Music and Heritage & Crafts schemes
Visit the Radcliffe Trust website.
Two funds launched:
- Emergency Fund, for immediate grants of up to £750 to purchase equipment, technology or memberships, available to the foundation’s existing network and not just current grant recipients
- Resilience Fund, for grants to cover cashflow, fundraising and loss of income challenges relating to the current Covid-19 related climate, available to RankNet members. This includes those facing significant, unplanned demand on services
For full details, visit the Rank Foundation website.
Social Enterprise Support Fund
Essential financial support to help social enterprises in England during COVID-19. Grants of £10,000 to £300,000.
IMPACT FOCUS: People who are at high risk from COVID-19 and/or who are most likely to face increased challenges as a result of the COVID-19, which are led by people from BAME and LGBTQ+ communities, people with disabilities, and leaders with lived experience of the particular issues the enterprise is addressing.
Social Investment Business (SIB) Resilience & Recovery Loan Fund – closes 31 Jan 2021
A new fund for social enterprises and charities who are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of COVID-19.
Open for applications from charities and social enterprises that have been trading for a minimum of two years and have a turnover of between £400k and £45m. The loan size will be £100,000 – £1.5million.
Get the details from the SIB Group website.
Souter Charitable Trust
Grants primarily for Christian charities in the UK, for projects that relieve human suffering. They are particularly keen on projects that promote spiritual welfare, and will consider grants for most purposes except capital building and renovation projects. Most grants are in the range of £1,000 – £3,000.
Standard Life Foundation
Fund research, campaigning and policy work, with grant sizes of £10k – £200k. Grant application deadlines are February and June each year.
Types of organisations that can apply: Registered charities, voluntary organisations, think tanks, campaigning groups, research bodies and universities.
Get the details via the Standard Life Foundation website.
Steel Charitable Trust
The trustees make discretionary grants where they believe that their contribution will make a real difference. The five current funding priority categories are Arts & Heritage, Education, Environment, Health, and Social or Economic Disadvantage.
Grants are generally made as single payments between £2,500 and £25,000. A follow-up report is expected within 10 months of payment from any applicant in receipt of an award of £20,000 or more.
In some cases, larger grants are awarded in instalments, payable over a period of years, usually on the condition that satisfactory progress reports are submitted at regular intervals.
Visit the Steel Charitable Trust website.
Steve Morgan Foundation
Up to £1m per week for an initial 12 weeks is available via hardship fund, to help with costs of additional emergency services to support people affected by the virus. Open to charities and not-for-profit groups in Merseyside, North Wales and Cheshire (west of M6).
Support Adoption for Pets
A rolling programme providing grants of up to £10,000 to projects that have a direct impact on animal welfare. In light of the current coronavirus situation, they are currently only funding vet bills, boarding costs, food, aalaries of (non-furloughed) animal care staff, utilities and consumables.
Get the details and apply via the Support Adoption for Pets website.
The Swimathon Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund will provide grants of £250 – £1,000 to existing small swimming and aquatics organisations so that they may continue to operate in these especially difficult times.
Read the criteria and apply via the Swimathon Foundation website.
Sylvia Waddilove Foundation – paused for a short period from Nov 2020
The Foundation has set up an emergency fund to help small to medium sized organisations who are struggling to manage the financial impact of COVID-19 either because of increased demand for their services or loss of income. The fund is targeted at organisations in a critical position. Grants are for a maximum of £1,000.
Applications must come from organisations operating in:
Education relating to non-domestic animals
Visual and performing arts;
The relief of disability or severe illness;
The accommodation of those in need.
Visit the Sylvia Waddilove Foundation website.
The UK Theatres Small Grants Scheme is a capital fund that awards up to £5,000 to theatres across the UK run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres would make to their work in local communities.
In response to the coronavirus crisis, the scheme will now be able to support theatres to cover the additional costs of reopening after several months’ closure, including making adaptations for increased hygiene and social distancing measures.
A number of other funding programmes are also available through Theatres Trust.
Visit the Theatres Trust website.
Continuing to accept applications (by email only) and still making grants, with trustees meeting each week so that they can make decisions quickly. Also prioritising getting payments out to our current grant holders.
As regards short-term term emergency funding, Tudor Trust has made a first donation of £500,000 to the National Emergencies Trust.
For full details, visit the Tudor Trust website.
UK insurance and long-term savings industry Covid-19 Support Fund
The Covid-19 Support Fund aims to raise £100 million, with £82.6 million already having been pledged in voluntary contributions from firms within the sector. The Fund will work in partnership with the Charities Aid Foundation, and a network of partners, including the National Emergencies Trust.
The key aim is to provide immediate relief to charities affected by Covid-19, as well as a longer-term programme of support for people, communities, and issues where there is the greatest need.
If you are a UNISON member and you are experiencing financial difficulties, whatever the circumstances, you can apply for a grant of up to £250.
Get the details from the UNISON website.
Wiggly Wigglers Corona Help
Grants of up to £200 for wildlife charities.
Visit the Wiggle Wigglers website.
£200,000 to support small charities helping vulnerable children. Funds for UK children’s charities that are struggling to run essential services due a reduction in funding caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Youth Futures Foundation
A rolling grants programme funding organisations working with young people aged 14-24 to help overcome barriers to finding meaningful work.
Not-for-profit voluntary or community-sector organisations, or statutory organisations with annual turnover over £100,000 can apply for large development grants or impact grants.
For details, visit the Youth Futures Foundation website.
If you were looking for a particular funder and didn’t find it above, it may be included in our list of funds that are not currently accepting applications or on our Government Covid-19 Funding page.
Other useful information and guidance
Anything that doesn’t fit into either of the above categories but feels to us like important or useful information, we have included in the lists below.
Click on any bullet point to be taken to an external site.
Resources to help your organisation exit lockdown:
- Government guidance on getting back to work and reopening workplaces safely
- High Streets Task Force – support for reopening high streets, including training, advice and online resources
Guidance for voluntary organisations:
- NAVCA – Resources and guidance on a wide range of topics, including governance and safeguarding
- NCVO – Your Organsation and Coronavirus – a Guide
- Safeguarding and DBS advice for those organising a community volunteer group and individuals wanting to assist their community
- Charity Commission – Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for the charity sector
- NYA and UK Youth – online resources for youth work
- A free guide to creating virtual fundraising events, from Charity Fundraising
- Culture Liverpool – support and advice for arts and culture organisations and freelancers
Information for employers and employees:
- VCF sector staff and volunteers, if you or someone you live with is showing signs of coronavirus, follow this link to self-refer to get tested for the virus
- Details of Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for employers
- Details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme for employees
- ACAS – advice for employers and employees
- CIPD – resources on understanding how to support your organisation and workforce
Resources to assist your team with home working:
- 27 tools and apps (many free or low cost) that assist with remote working
- SAGE – A guide to remote working and virtual teams
- Facilitators – Resources for Online Meetings, Classes, and Events
- Canva – easy to use graphic design software that offers a free basic package and requires no design skills
Information to help you support service users:
- Come2gether – guidance on council tax, rent arrears
- CAMHS – detailed summary of current Liverpool services for children, young people and their families
- ofgem – Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your energy supply
- Government measures/energy industry measures to support vulnerable people through COVID-19
- Liverpool City Council – coronavirus web portal
- Register with the government to get coronavirus support as a clinically extremely vulnerable person
- Government guidance on shielding and protecting people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable, multiple languages
- FREE Speech and language, OT, and many other SEND resources for families and schools from Chatter Pack
- Help with using social media and modern technology with children, young people and ‘adults at risk’, from SAFE CIC
- Grocery shopping guides for people with special diets
- Translated support – government, NHS and general coronavirus support, mental health and children’s resources in multiple languages
- Migrant help – coronavirus asylum services, human trafficking and modern slavery support
Community Support activities listed (and regularly updated) on the Live Well Directory:
- Mental Health, Bereavement, NHS, Council and Welfare services in Liverpool
- Online (and outdoor) activities – dance, exercise, meditation, music, reading, singing, writing, yoga
- Essential support, food delivery etc. in Liverpool
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