Coronavirus Response

As part of the response to COVID-19 in Salford we have put together some tips for the best ways you can offer your support.

Give Time

Give your time

You can be a good neighbour without face to face contact. We have come up with some actions that can be done over the phone or virtually.

Further details on volunteering or giving help safely can be found on the government website.

If someone is in need of more help than you can give please direct them to Salford City Council’s Spirit of Salford Helpline on 0800 952 1000 or complete the form on the council's website

If you would like to be part of Salford’s Covid Response Volunteering initiative, please follow this link to register.

Find out more.


Give money

Donate money to Salford4Good – Salford4Good is a charitable initiative that supports local good causes. Money donated will be redistributed to support community projects that are helping with the COVID-19 response and recovery in Salford.

Find out more about Salford4Good and how to donate here.


Give goods

You can support your local food bank or food club by: 

  • Giving goods via donation points in supermarkets or at designated drop off points and times, as outlined by the food bank, club or charity.
  • Giving money directly to foodbanks via their online donation pages - making a one-off or recurring donation will enable them to purchase essential provisions in these times of high demand.

Find out more about your local food bank or club.

resource icon    Download our guide on 'How to be a Good Neighbour in Salford' here.

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Salford CVS & Volunteer Centre
Registered address 
The Old Town Hall 
5 Irwell Place 
Salford, M30 0FN

Tel: 0161 787 7795 


Salford CVS is the city-wide infrastructure organisation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector; providing specialist information, advice, development support and opportunities for influence and collaboration.

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