Helping Hand Support to Residents
Monday, January 18th, 2021
News of a session on January 26th, 2-3pm, providing an opportunity to learn about the support Buckinghamshire Council is offering residents through Helping Hand.
Helping Hand helps people who are struggling financially due to the economic impact of the pandemic or who need a bit of support to enable them to self-isolate effectively at home without risking wider infection. This includes support with food and energy bills, or help with prescription and food collection, as examples.
To join the session on January 26th to understand how Helping Hand can support your neighbours and residents, please contact email@example.com and a link will be sent to you with joining instructions.
In addition to the presentation, there will be an opportunity to ask questions about how the council is supporting residents during the pandemic, and officers available to answer them.
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