Community Response Volunteers
As a Community Response Volunteer, you’ll be providing simple yet invaluable support to those who need it most. This might be for NHS frontline staff, professional health and care workers, or members of the community who remain vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19).
This is why your help is needed as much now as ever before.
What does a Community Response Volunteer do?
You’ll be providing help by collecting and delivering shopping, medication and other essential supplies that an individual may need.
This might include:
You may also be asked to help on-site at NHS services.
Full guidance for getting you started
You can read the Getting You Started Guide to help you in your role as a Community Response Volunteer. This will help you understand how to protect yourself and others as a volunteer and understand more about the following topics:
You can find out more about being an NHS Volunteer Responder in our FAQs and information to support you in your role in our fact sheets.