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There With You: List of coronavirus support groups, networks and organisations – updated

PUBLISHED: 11:05 11 April 2020 | UPDATED: 11:38 07 May 2020

Bookmark this list, which will provide contacts for help in the area and which we will keep updated throughout the coronavirus outbreak.

Do you have a support group or organisation in Brent? Email reporter nathalie.raffray@archant.co.uk and we will update the directory.

Groups and organisations (in alphabetical order):

Avenues Youth Project: Turned into a food production facility for 200 of the hardest hit on Queen’s Park Estate.

Brent Council: The local authority’s page with advice and information about services can be found at www.brent.gov.uk/coronavirus.

Brent Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group: Find it on Facebook Brent&Kilburn Times: Visit our North London Coronavirus Updates Facebook group for the latest discussion.

Brent Foodbank: Get help and give support here.

Brondesbury/Kensal Area business can be accessed at here

Brondesbury/Kensal foodbank information and support Christ warriors: https://m.facebook.com/?_rdr

Coronavirus community help for Kensal Rise: Visit nextdoor.co.uk

Foodbanks: kensalqueenspark.com gives updates here.

Fresh Horizons CB: foodbank service in Harlesden is open on Friday.

Granville Community Kitchen: Foodbank service in South Kilburn is open on Wednesdays and Fridays and has been serving hot food for takeaway. Contact Leslie (07952 616 352); granvillecommunitykitchen@gmail.com; @GranComKit.

Iraqi Welfare Association (IWA): The IWA is delivering fresh fruit and vegetables to the most vulnerable and elderly members of the Brent community. For information contact the charity on 0207 7233338, or telephone Emad on 07577 119155.

kensalqueensark.com: A whole range of resources and links to businesses can be found here.

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Kilburn Times: Visit our North London Coronavirus Updates Facebook group for the latest discussion.

UCKG HelpCentre in Kilburn High Road runs daily support and also a soup kitchen on Saturdays from 11am to 1pm

Mutual Aid Kensal Green: The group can be contacted on 0208 638 8291 or at kensalgreenaid@gmail.com. It is on Facebook and WhatsApp.

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Brondesbury: Mutual Aid covering the Kensal area can be joined on the WhatsApp Covid 19 groupKilburn: Join the Kilburn (Brent) Covid 19 WhatsApp group and go to @AidKilburn on Twitter

Mutual Aid -Queen’s Park: The group is on Facebook

Mutual Aid Sudbury: The group is on whatsapp or email sudburymutualaid@gmail.com

Mutual Aid Westminster: Covid-19 Mutual Aid on Facebook

Neasden Temple: BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) in the UK, based at the temple, has launched the programme to support individuals and local communities. Visit londonmandir.baps.org.

Northwick Park Hospital charity appeal for staff; Donations or information through its Justgiving page, online at lnwhcharity.org.uk/donate or by emailing lnwh-tr.charity@nhs.net

Queen’s Park Area Residents Association has created a social network. Visit qpark.org.uk, Facebook and its @qparkres twitter feed for updates.

Sacred Heart Church Parish House (at back of the church): Foodbank services at Quex Rd, Kilburn, NW6 4PS Open: Everyday, 10 -4pm No tokens or referrals necessary

Sufra NW London in Pitfield Way, Stonebridge. Tel: 020 3441 1335. Advice and information at sufra-nwlondon.org.uk/

Together against Coronavirus: Information from Tulip Siddiq MP for residents of Hampstead and Kilburn can be found at www.togetheragainstcoronavirus.com

Westminster Council: The local authority’s page with advice and information about services can be found at www.westminster.gov.uk

Willesden Green (WillyG Support Group) on whatsapp


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