Help Out there Covid-19

Coronovirus solidarity network

https://www.iambirmingham.co.uk/2020/03/20/hundreds-band-together-create-coronavirus-solidarity-network-birminghams-vulnerable-needy/ 20.3.20


Birmingham Community Solidarity - Coronovirus response #brumtogether

https://theaws.co.uk/support/ & https://theaws.co.uk/relief/

Birmingham Youth here to help - support and deliveries of essential items

https://forms.gle/MeG8dSR3ZHk34cxc6

Delivering items to someone in self isolation protocol

https://wiki.queercare.network/index.php?title=Delivering_items_to_someone_in_self_isolation_protocol


Energy Bill help for vulnerable people


https://www.bbc.com/news/business-51958920

Facebook Birmingham Community Solidarity network


https://www.facebook.com/events/810431579366814/permalink/810471619362810/


Find your local group


https://covidmutualaid.org/local-groups/


Below is a google doc which contains useful links to more than 700 local Facebook groups which have already been set up where people are working together to make sure the most vulnerable are being supported.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18P898HWbdR5ouW61sAxW_iBl3yiZlgJu0nSmepn6NwM/htmlview#gid=1451634215


Also, to add another group which isn't already on the list click below:


https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdJrgqHazomhDsJDG3Nnye30Ys7sZEl-APCrQh80D1g-iQrgQ/viewform


‼Please spread far and wide.‼ The source for the link is a Team Momentum email.


Muslim Mamas

https://www.facebook.com/479916638747669/posts/3595501060522529/?d=n


Lots of people have been asking about what is the best online platform to use to continue their activities. Here is a useful document I've been shared through the Techfugees FB Group - The Ultimate Webinar Livestreaming List


Housing for people with NRPF


Outreach teams are trying to ensure that everyone is able to access these spaces and stay safe during this uncertain time and would like your help to support this. You can refer anyone to a bed space via www.streetlink.org.uk <http://www.streetlink.org.uk> or by calling 0800 880 7157.

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Baobab Women's Project C.I.C.  Company number: 1190 1182

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