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Emergency Appeal

Tinned food, Biscuits, Tea, Coffee, Cereal, Soap, Toilet Rolls - please see the text below...

Please note that we are suspending all classes and group activities at present because of the Coronavirus.

Emergency Appeal

Age UK Waltham Forest is at the forefront of supporting older people in Waltham Forest.

Please could you consider donating any of the following (in-date products only please):

Tinned food, Biscuits, Tea, Coffee, Cereal, Soap, Toilet Rolls.

Please drop off to our offices in Chingford Mount - Waltham Forest Resource Hub North, 58 Hall Lane, Chingford, E4 8EU. Monday-Friday 10am-3pm.

Please consider making a financial donation to support this work by clicking the "Please donate" button above. We are an independent local charity responsible for raising our own funds so any donation will be gratefully received during this difficult time.


Concerned about coronavirus?

There are simple, effective things we can all do to reduce our risk of catching coronavirus or transmitting the virus to other people.

Would you like to help older people during the Coronavirus outbreak?

We are compiling a register of people able to help. In the longer term if older people are self isolating we will also be looking for volunteers to act as telephone befrienders – calling an older person to check on their welfare, perhaps do some shopping but importantly providing someone to talk to during what is likely to be a very lonely time.

If you are looking to help with shopping or telephone befriending please complete this form »

We will get back to you, please bear with us during this very busy time.


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Getting help to apply for Universal Credit 

The Citizens Advice Help to Claim service can support you in the early stages of your Universal Credit claim, from the online application, through to support with your application before your first full payment.

It’s a free, independent, confidential and impartial service provided by trained advisers from Citizens Advice. They can help with things like how to gather evidence for your application or how to prepare for your work coach appointment.

Call for free: 

0800 144 8 444 (England) 

08000 241 220 (Wales) 

Get support online or find your nearest face to face service at citizensadvice.org.uk/helptoclaim


 

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