Helping those in need across Preston
COVID19 is an unknown and difficult situation for everyone, especially the most vulnerable in our society and we are doing everything we can to help.
Preston Together is a free Community Hub service for people in the city who need support.
We are working with partners across the County to support the most vulnerable in our community who are facing difficulties, worries and loneliness as a result of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Our service is currently operating Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
I need help
If you are isolated by COVID-19 and need help please ring our Community Hub on 01772 906777 or email email@example.com
Lancashire Volunteer Partnership offer services, if you need someone to speak to.
What can we do?
Preston Together is a Community Hub working closely with volunteers, charities and community groups to signpost residents to the services they need.
We can help you with:
- Obtaining Food Parcels
- Help with Shopping
- Collecting prescriptions
- Tackling Loneliness
- Financial and Debt Advice
- Housing Advice
If you’re looking for other help please get in touch. Our team may have the answer or be able to signpost you to the service that does.
Do you know someone who needs help?
If you are worried about someone, possibly a family member or neighbour, or someone you are helping but don’t know what to do next:
- Call us on 01772 906777 so we can help them find the support they need.
Where can I find financial advice and support?
The Help in Preston website has a list of useful websites and information on financial help and rights during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you are a business looking for support please visit our business rates section.
I want to volunteer
If you are currently a community or voluntary group and are thinking of assisting your community during the coronavirus outbreak, either by making food to deliver to people’s homes or for them to collect, please do this whilst adhering to good hygiene practices.
During this difficult time we are here to help you help your communities. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01772 906777.