- Alpkit Foundation is a charity that helps people and is currently welcoming applications from grassroots projects for cash awards of up to £500 that respond to the Coronavirus crisis. For example: providing more support for food banks; increasing the number of meals on wheels deliveries to support the elderly; helping those effected by coronovirus and need access to food, medicines or social care.
SEND (Special educational needs and disabilities)
- Brighton and Hove Specialist Community Disability Service has compiled some easy read information on shopping and wellbeing during the crisis, for people with learning disabilities.
- Minister for Children, Vicky Ford's open letter to the SEND sector
- A list of online staff training and resources relating to SEND
- Brighton and Hove Faith in Action have produced a newsletter with information for faith leaders
- Citizens Advice in West Sussex latest update (30 March)
- Healthy Lifestyles Team (Brighton & Hove City Council) has suspended all face to face contact. We are still accepting referrals and self-referrals. Referrals and self-referrals for support can be made online or by phone (01273 294589). Information and advice on keeping active at home is available online and our Facebook page has a range of online activities and ideas for keeping active.
- Relate has closed its face-to-face services in Brighton, Worthing, Hove, Lewes, Haywards Heath and Eastbourne in response to the pandemic. However, the charity has increased its capacity to deliver counselling via telephone and webcam.
- West Sussex County Council's latest service updates from across Sussex and inpidual areas within West Sussex