Coronavirus - Charitable support

Charitable support

Health, wealth and peace of mind are core to our overall happiness. The Covid-19 outbreak has thrown us all a curve-ball and today we’re living a different type of normal. Right now you might need some extra support, reassurance and comfort so here are a few options you can take a look at.

Charitable support

Charities that may be able to help you

Turn2Us

We’re proud to have linked up with Turn2Us who are a national charity that can help with social benefit and financial support, such as signposting places that can offer grants. They could help you gain access to welfare benefits you might be entitled to, charitable grants and other financial help, online or by phone.  

Simply visit their website to find out how they could help you or a loved one.

Turn2Us

Maggie's cancer support

Being diagnosed with cancer is always a real shock for anyone, and of course the people they love. At the moment it’s probably even more frightening and overwhelming.
 
We’ve been working with Maggie’s for a while now. They are a cancer charity offering vital support to those living with cancer and the people they love. Their centres are open, and their Cancer Support Specialists, Benefits Advisors and Psychologists are ready to help in any way they can. If you're unable to visit a Maggie's centre then you can still access their expert support over the phone, by email and online too.
 
If you, or someone you love, is living with cancer and needs advice and support on anything from money worries, anxiety or simply for a chat, you can call the number below to speak to one of Maggie’s professional staff:

0300 123 1801

You can also visit their website for information on a range of topics, and join their online community to talk to other people going through a similar situation at community.maggiescentres.org

Maggie's cancer support

Other support

Whether you're concerned about yourself or a loved one, the NHS have pulled together information on helplines and support groups that can offer guidance and support if you need help.
Mental health helplines

If you'd like to call us: