Advice for people who want to get involved

We are committed to supporting Warwickshire’s communities through the current coronavirus pandemic.

Warwickshire’s communities are responding brilliantly to the situation, which is testament to the strength and care of the residents of Warwickshire, who themselves are part of our rich, diverse and resilient voluntary and community sector.

Large amounts of volunteers are coming forward and communities across the county are setting up support groups to help ensure that the most vulnerable in our communities have the help they need in these unprecedented times.

To keep everyone safe as communities pull together and support each other, we have pulled together some information that will help individuals to either provide or receive appropriate support.

Always follow the national advice and guidance - in some cases, volunteering activities as part of the community support effort will fall under the permitted reason to leave your house in order to provide care or to help a vulnerable person. In all cases, the national guidance around social contact should be followed. If in doubt, please seek advice.

I want to help

Man pushing lady in wheelchair

What can I do?

Practical tips for volunteering

Useful resources for volunteer groups

Signposting to other services

Transport to medical appointments

Visit our health transport page for more information and guidance around transport to medical appointments.

Information for families

Family Information Service

Staying safe and well 

Keeping connected

GET CONNECTED has produced a free, short self-help video to help people with an iPad or iPhone, particularly silver surfers, to understand more about using the technology.


If your group needs financial support for your activities, a number of funds have been launched in response to coronavirus

If you would like any support or advice on any grant applications, please contact your local Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action funding and group development officer

Follow the national advice and guidance

Other information

Contact us

If you would like any further information or additional advice on how you can either provide or receive help, please email us on