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How you can help

The Council, Cheshire West Voluntary Action (CWVA) and the rest of the voluntary and community sector are all working closely together to provide an opportunity for residents to volunteer in the fight against coronavirus.

An online form has been created for residents to pledge their support for local communities, helping to make sure west Cheshire's most vulnerable residents have access to things like essential food and medical supplies, as well as somebody to keep in touch with during any periods of self isolation.

Once residents have completed the online form, CWVA will signpost them to the charities and community groups in their area so they can do their bit to tackle coronavirus.

Register your support for the community

Funding for community initiatives

There are funding streams available to help community initiatives play their part in the coordinated community response, which is being organised by the Council, Cheshire West Voluntary Action (CWVA) and the rest of the community and voluntary sector.

Funding opportunities

If you are a local charity or community group and would like to share your current activities, please email: Businesses wanting to get involved with the community response can also email the same address.

Spread the word

Once you have registered your support for the coordinated community response, download one of our graphics and let people know you're playing your part. Feel free to share these with any of your contacts, making sure you follow the latest Government guidance and social distance.

Advice for new community groups and good neighbours

A lot of new community groups have started to appear as residents in west Cheshire show true spirit and unite to tackle the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We have put together some advice for new community groups and neighbours.

Advice for new community groups and good neighbours

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