Greenwich Community Champions

NHS and RBG are seeking community spirited people to join a team of champions in helping to share key information and advice about Health and Wellbeing, Coronavirus latest borough information and useful programmes and services across the borough.

We want to reach as many people as possible across the borough by sharing accurate and up to date information ! 

The new Community Champions initiative is a partnership between the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the NHS and welcomes volunteers from across the borough to share key information with friends, family and local community networks.  To fine out more information or apply

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Greenwich Community Hub Volunteers

Charlton Athletic Community Trust is recruiting volunteers to support residents of the Royal Borough of Greenwich who are in self-isolation due to COVID 19.

Volunteers will be willing to carry out activity for the community Hub programme, and will often support residents fulfilling tasks such as the delivery of shopping, medication collection and dog walking etc.

Based on your availability you will be included on the CACT Fulfilment team rota and you can volunteer to carry out one of the tasks listed below or a combination of tasks.
• Food Shopping
• Medication Collection
• Telephone Befriending
• Dog Walking.

You will join an energetic and vibrant team and will report to the Fulfilment Team Leader who will support you with training, operational processes. and allocate tasks for you to fulfil when on shift

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NHS Responders
Recruitment Now Open

We have now re-opened recruitment for NHS Volunteer Responders across England. When we reach our target number of registrations in each Local Authority (council) area, we will be closing recruitment in that area. If your area is not currently listed please register your interest here and we will notify you if your area reopens for recruitment.

NHS Volunteer Responders

Volunteer Responders has been set up to support the NHS and the social care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. To do this we need an 'army' of volunteers who can support vulnerable people in England who are at most risk from the virus to stay well.

Our doctors, nurses, those working in local authorities and other professionals, will be able to refer people in to NHS Volunteer Responders and be confident that they have been matched with a reliable, named volunteer.

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