A picture of some rainbows
A picture of some rainbows

Every day I’m hearing about some of our brilliant community organisations across Garston and Halewood who are pulling together to make sure our vulnerable residents have the support they need during the COVID-19 crisis.

I’m really keen to hear about any groups who are setting up projects to help people across our communities during this difficult time – please e-mail details of any projects to me at maria.eagle.mp@parliament.uk. I can then share details of the project on my website and social media.

Belle Vale Ward Councillors Ruth, Helen and Pauline are setting up food collection points and supporting foodbanks and community projects across Belle Vale. Do get in touch with them if you need assistance: http://councillors.liverpool.gov.uk/mgUserInfo.aspx?UID=32682&fbclid=IwAR0adBgFr1kzFQ7kXFwqGWQuswD4TIDvF1kZCAVHzVTJpjLCVcMLRmcS0T0

Cressington Ward Councillors fresh meal project: https://www.facebook.com/CressingtonWard/

Netherley Youth and Community Initiative (NY&CI): their foodbank is open on a Tuesday and Thursday, 9am – 5pm for walk ins and delivery of food parcels. They are open 9am – 5pm on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday for taking referrals. NY&CI can also provide fresh food parcels by referral. Call 0151 487 6421

Torrington Drive Community Association, Helping Halewood: https://tdcaonline.co.uk/

West Speke Health Centre: Providing emergency food supplies to their most vulnerable patients – contact the practice at 0151 234 1610.

LCVS sources of funding and support for organisations: https://www.lcvs.org.uk/help-for-organisations/covid-19-funding-and-support/

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