Help us support people in Merton affected by the Covid-19 outbreak


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Why we need your support

Demand for our services is greater than ever before - at a time when our traditional income sources are reducing. 

As well as supporting our existing clients, hundreds of people have been referred to us by the Covid-19 Community Response Helpline.

How we're responding to local need

  • Working with Merton Council to ensure the efficient use of resources
  • Delivering freshly cooked meals to our most at risk clients
  • Supporting volunteers to collect supplies and deliver essential items
  • Giving supermarket vouchers or emergency grants to people who have lost their incomes
  • Offering a telephone counselling service for people with mental health concerns
  • Providing practical and emotional grief support via telephone
  • Making ‘stay in touch’ calls to our regular clients and providing practical help
  • Operating a telephone befriending service

We rely on financial donations to help meet the cost of our services which support over 2000 people in need every year. 

You can donate using the online form above, or click here to download a donation form.

"I can't tell you how great the team at Wimbledon Guild have been. They've kept in touch regularly. Fortunately for me I have family close by but they even offered to send a volunteer to help with shopping and picking up my prescriptions.

I can think of many of my friends at Wimbledon Guild who would like this. Thank you for continuing to be there for our local community."

- Gil, Wimbledon Park

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We need your help...

Socially isolated people across Merton are depending on us for immediate and practical support with food deliveries, telephone befriending and much more. In what is a difficult time for everyone, help us support vulnerable people who are likely to feel the impact most.