Haywards Heath Covid-19 Mutual Aid Group

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covid-19 mutual aid 


 Covid-19 Mutual Aid have now closed their help line.

Covid-19 Mutual Aid will no longer be taking requests from the community.  All other local charities are up and running once again and are happy to take on the regular requestors and have been contacted and passed this information on to them. 

 For those of you still wanting to help the community, Good Neighbours CARE will be servicing our last remaining requestors and are looking for volunteers.  Please contact them on 01444 455955 or click here to visit their website.

 Please note the Emergency Food hub will continue until the end of the year and will then be reviewed.


A huge thank you to each and every one of you who have volunteered no matter how big or small and please see below a final note form Haywards Heath Town Mayor, Councillor Alastair MchPherson.


NEWS - How we are doing: June 2020

Since our group started taking requests on 20th March, we have helped over 1000 households, with shopping, click and collect pick ups, picking up prescriptions and so many other small jobs that our vulnerable or self-isolating neighbours are unable to do themselves - A massive achievement - well done and a huge THANK YOU to all our volunteers that have helped so far.  We  are delighted that we have been able to help so many people in our community look forward to continuing to answer all calls for help.  

Latest Project

Together with Haywards Heath Town Council and Age UK West Sussex Brighton and Hove, we have launched the Haywards Heath Emergency Food Hub. The ‘Emergency Food Hub’ will provide food to families that the Haywards Heath Foodbank cannot reach due to capacity, and those who find themselves (in the first instance) outside of the referral system.

WE REQUIRE EXTRA FUNDING to continue our good work - please see our funding section below on how we use this funding and how to donate.


Fundraising to support our Mutual Aid Group

We now have a Go Fund Me page. We are hoping to raise as much funds as possible so that we can continue to provide the support that we do, for example running telephone lines for easy access to the community, helping the foodbank and people less fortunate and ensuring we can continue to deliver to those in need for the longer term whilst the Country is in lockdown. We thank you all for your support so far and if you are able to help us fundraise too that would be amazing. To find out more about us, visit the Haywards Heath COVID19 Mutual Aid Facebook Page


Do you need help?

If you are vulnerable, elderly or self isolating and need help, please call us on 01444 635002 (8am-6pm) or email haywardsneedhelp@gmail.com and provide:
1)Your name, 2) your address, 3) your telephone number and 4) your request 5) Let us know if it is URGENT 


Due to the high numbers of volunteers that have come forward we have had to put a temporary hold on recruiting new members. If you would like to offer your services as a volunteer, please contact Mid Sussex Voluntary Action www.msva.org.uk

Volunteer ID Cards 

Our Volunteers now carry an ID card when carrying out requests on behalf of HH Covid-29 Mutual aid. This will have the volunteers name on and will need to be used in conjunction with their own photo ID. This will allow volunteers from our group to identify themselves to the people we are provide for if necessary.

MAG Volunteer ID Card