Our Number to Speak with one of our Volunteers

If you need medical assistance please call 111
7am to 10pm leave a message outside these hours. We will call you back.

Ask for help here..

Don’t be afraid to ask..

Please click this to request support or help from our Volunteers.

Need Essentials Delivered?

Find a LOCAL Shop or Business that is offering a delivery service Direct to Your Home until we have our shopping service active.

Service available to people who have 'no other option'

Please check whether relatives, friends and neighbours can do this before requesting from us to keep our resources where they are needed most.. 

Meals on Wheels are available to those in need

  • No one around to help? 
  • Worried about your food supplies?
  • Struggle with cooking or food prep?
  • Your normal help now not available? Money issues?

Meet Volunteer Eflie

Elfie (pictured) who was the first RCA volunteer to take a call on the helpline this week and is keen to help out as much as she can.  Elfie is also the first to don the distinctive Sapphire Blue RCA T-Shirt.  Volunteers collecting and delivering prescriptions and shopping will be wearing the T-Shirts and have lanyards with ID so they can prove their identity for your peace of mind and also if collecting or delivering prescriptions will also hold a DBS certificate

Please Volunteer Now

Thank you for visiting our site. if you’ve come here to volunteer, click on the Volunteer to Help link top right or picture. Hopefully things will move quickly such that there is more on this page as time goes on..

Got an idea to share?

We would love any ideas or suggestions to help us all get through this together. 
Don’t hold back your idea may be the one that makes the difference to thousands of people.
Please click below to send us you suggestions

NHS

World Health Organisation

New Forest Council

UK Goverment

A group to co-ordinate volunteer assistance for those who are affected by the current Coronavirus situation in Ringwood and surrounding areas. 
We mainly plan to help out people who are self-isolating and so cannot leave their houses. People are free to ask for and volunteers are free to offer other kinds of assistance related to the impact of Coronavirus on local residents. In all cases we will follow government guidance. 
This group does not seek to replace our public services, who do an excellent and vital job. We augment what they can do for the benefit of residents.

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