There are many ways you can help your local community and neighbours:
- Shopping for others
- Dog walking
- Helping people who are ill or self-isolating
- Online mentoring or socialising
- Litter picking and other community schemes
There are also opportunities available to you if you are self-isolating or are not able to offer physical help.
Find a volunteering opportunities to support your community
Use the search to find opportunities that we have available. You can filter by area and by type of volunteering work available.
Make sure you read our Guidance for Volunteers before you apply.
Supports parents and carers of people with a learning disability across Wales with information and signposting .
Alzheimer’s society provides a range of information and advice including help on keeping your relatives safe during this period.
St John Cymru provide transport for non- emergency patients. A tailor made plan will be put together to meet your needs.
Provides expert advice, information and support to unpaid carers, and connects carers for mutual support.
The helpline gives emotional support and information on mental health matters in Wales Website: www.callhelpline.org.uk/ Helpline: 0800 132 737 (freephone 24/7) Text: 81066