Organisations and businesses who may be able to help you.

Age UK Camden

For those in urgent need Age UK Camden are working to provide Resilience Care packs.

Resilience package includes: 

  • Emergency food parcels
  • Internet shopping
  • Information and advice hotline
  • Telephone befriending service
  • Telephone counselling service
  • Online book club
  • Live streaming of our lunchtime music recitals

Click here to find out more information


Camden Irish Centre

Ní neart go cur le chéile – There is no strength without unity.

Camden Irish Centre are offering a number of services to the elderly and vulnerable.


  • Food parcel deliveries
  • Hot lunches delivered to peoples’ homes
  • A health and wellbeing advice line
  • Telephone befriending – providing a friendly voice for social and emotional support.
  • Library Outreach – delivering books to people’s homes.

Click here to find out more information


Queen’s Crescent Community Centre

Queen’s Crescent Community Centre (QCCA) in Ashdown Crescent has launched a pop-up facility which will provide a food bank and a telephone befriending service for the elderly.

The centre will also offer dog walking and online exercise classes and has called for local volunteers to join the relief effort.

Click here to find out more information


Morrisons Food Boxes

A Morrisons Food Box could be a real help if you can’t currently get to a store to stock up on essentials. They will deliver a box of selected food and household items straight to your door.

To find out how it works visit:


New Convent Garden Market

New Covent Garden Market businesses are offering home delivery to families and businesses with a London postcode, most with delivery costs included.

For more information click here