Macmillan Cancer Coronavirus Information Hub - for up-to-date information on cancer and coronavirus
Cancer Research UK - for information on cancer and coronavirus
Education Resources - for educational resources visit the school section of my website.
Age Cymru is offering a new service for the over 70s to answer queries and direct people to local services & support. Anyone over 70 can register for free and receive a call back in either English or Welsh: 08000 223 444 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Turn2Us is a national charity and welfare benefits advice service It has a page on coronavirus, which includes a benefits calculator. Helpline support: Mon-Friday. 8am-6:30pm & Sat 9am-1pm available on 0808 802 2000.
Association of Community Stories - created a dedicated COVID advice hub for retailers
National Lottery Community Fund - grant holders can contact their funding officer if they need advice or have any questions about their grant. Full updates from the organisation regarding their response to COVID-19 and general contact details can be found on their website.
National Grid - have created a dedicated COVID-19 hub
Small Business Britain - for support for small business managers/owners
Wales and West Utilities - those who have received a letter from the NHS advising them to shield against COVID-19, should sign up to the Priority Service Register. If you smell or suspect Carbon Monoxide in your home, call Wales and West Utilities immediately on 0800 111 999, and their trained engineers will come out and take extra precautions to keep customers safe during the outbreak.
Lloyds Bank - Writing to customers over 70 and NHS workers with information of a dedicated telephone helpline.
The Kennel Club are regularly updating their website with the latest information for breeders and owners.
Asda have introduced a 'volunteer shopping card', which can be bought online and topped up, and given to a family member, friend or NHS worker to pay for their shopping without using cash or a bankcard.
Welsh Water have confirmed that no domestic customer will be cut off. Measures have been put in place to assist businesses with payment holidays, revised payment plans and no disconnection for non-payments. Whilst businesses are temporarily closed and not occupied, there will be no bills.
Support for vulnerable groups
- Welsh Government: CMO letter to extremely vulnerable people: support explained
- Welsh Government: Get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person
- Trussell Trust: Coronavirus and food banks
- RNIB: Coronavirus and accessible online information
- Welsh Government: Support for victims of domestic abuse
- Welsh Government: Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for providers of accommodation for survivors of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Violence Prevention Wales: Survivors and self-isolation
- Rail to Refuge is a scheme run by Women’s Aid, GWR and Southeastern for women fleeing domestic abuse to apply for free train travel to refuge accommodation
- Older People’s Commissioner: Coronavirus Information Hub
- Learning Disability Wales: Coronavirus: resources for people with a learning disability
Downloadable Cards and Posters
Door safety card: for those self-isolating and receiving deliveries, a downloadable poster can be printed out and put in your window so people know not to knock, and for those with deliveries, know where to leave them.