If you’re looking for ways to support your neighbours and local community, here are some ideas you can consider.  

Donate food and other essential items 

You can donate food or other items such as books, bedding, toys or clothes. If you have food or other items to spare: 

Donate money 

If you can afford to, there are funds in Camden you can donate to: 

  • The Young Camden Foundation supports over 130 Camden-based charities that offer vital services and support to children and young people.
  • Camden Giving funds local organisations that provide much-needed support to Camden residents.

Volunteer with a local organisation 

Volunteer Centre Camden can help you find a volunteering role.

Get funding for a community project 

If you’ve got a good idea to support your community, you can apply for funding to get it started through our We Make Camden Kit

Help us promote the support and advice available across Camden 

If you’re a member of a local WhatsApp group, or you’re on social media, you could consider sharing information with other residents. 

We have posters and social media graphics directing people to the help and support available across Camden, including ‘warm welcome’ spaces

Cost of living crisis materials 

If you're hosting a 'warm welcome' space: 

If you want to help promote 'warm welcome' spaces: 

British Sign Language 

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