In response to COVID-19, we have collaborated with local partners to create the following support:

  • A central services map: in collaboration with Community Mapping, our SFAA team have produced a map of essential services, including food banks, community fridges and local delivery services
  • A live directory of services: offered by organisations and groups across Southwark who have capacity during this time
  • Southwark Community Hub: providing a place to go to where you can email or chat to someone to get advice and support on a range of issues
  • Our monthly State of the Sector survey: has been gathering the needs of charities and groups in the borough, during this difficult time
  • Healthwatch Southwark’s info: on how to get or give help in Southwark

We will also share important covid-19 related updates on this page. Click on the areas below to find out more:


COVID-19 Vaccinations in Southwark

Find out how COVID-19 vaccinations are being rolled out in Southwark - (published 22 Feb, updated 11 March)

Covid-19 Resources

We've collated some useful resources, for charities, community groups, individuals and volunteers, to help support you during this difficult time.

Covid-19 Response

We ran a monthly State of the Sector Survey for six months to gather the changing needs of the sector. Then, in response to this third lockdown, we sent out a National Lockdown Survey in Jan 2021. See the results here...

Southwark food map

Our Southwark Food Action Alliance team has collaborated with Community Mapping, to map essential services such as foodbanks, community fridges, community meals and local delivery services during COVID-19. This map is for all in Southwark to find what services are available and how to access these services, as well as organisations to share with beneficiaries.

Southwark Community Hub – one-stop support during COVID-19

Southwark Community Hub is available to anyone in Southwark and provides a place to go to where you can email or chat to someone to get advice and support on a range of issues...