We aim to a support and encourage ethnic minority people to adapt and stick to the ever-changing government Guidelines for COVID 19. We strongly encourage people to stay safe and alert and to self-isolate if you have symptoms.
Wash hands for 20 seconds frequently
Wear a mask in public
Keep your social distance
Stay at home where possible
Self-isolate if you have to
For further information on COVID 19 please visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
COVID Awareness Virtual Community Sessions
We offer virtual community sessions every Saturday for people struggling with the current COVID restrictions. These valuable sessions help bring the community together, provide practical support to a shielding group and they provide a platform for people to share experiences with others in similar circumstances.
Join us every Saturday at between 12pm and 2pm. Simply click on the following link to join us: –
- Socialise in the safety of your own home
- Reduce your social isolation
- Develop coping mechanisms
- Share any problems and challenges
- Seek help and support from our community
- Telephone calls once a week to have someone to chat to
Hey what a helpful bunch you have been, more of family really, it’s more than just being included. I am fairly connected with people on the safe journey, thank you” Akwa
Food and Toiletry Parcels
We provide food parcels to families effected by COVID and living in poverty. We understand the needs for different BAME diets. The Friends Forever Club operates on a referral basis, so if you or someone you know has a need for food please contact us immediately email@example.com.
We aim to reduce social isolation through hosting various on-line activities for community members. Click here for up-coming activities.
Join our BAME Community Chat Forum
The Friends Forever Club offers the opportunity for you to join an on-line community chat forum. You can talk directly with other members who are on-line or start an open conversation for all members to join in.