Saturday, 14 March 2020
Royal Voluntary Service is monitoring the Coronavirus situation very carefully and we are following Public Health advice and recommendations in all we do.
For the latest health information and guidance on the Coronavirus (COVID-9) from the NHS and stay at home guidance from gov.uk, visit the links below or call 111
Staying well at home
If you need to stay at home for a period of time, it’s important to maintain your wellbeing by eating a balanced diet, staying in contact with friends and family and keeping mobile.
We have a range of guides to help support you. These can be printed out and given to friends, family or carers. Subjects covered range from easy exercises to do at home and guidance on how to ensure you are eating well and staying hydrated. To access these guides please follow the link below.
For further information
Royal Voluntary Service is one of the largest voluntary service organisations in Britain. We inspire and enable volunteers to help people in need in hospitals, at home and in the community.
Our volunteers improve patient experience in hospital, aid recovery after a stay on ward, help older people support themselves at home, stay fit and active and build meaningful social connections.
Royal Voluntary Service supports volunteers to run services in the community such as lunch and dining clubs, physical activity classes, craft, gardening and other hobby groups. We work collaboratively with other charities, social care providers and the NHS to help create a society where everyone feels valued and involved.
The charity is one of the UK’s largest hospital retailers with 230 volunteer-run shops, cafés and trolley services providing tea and company to patients, hospital staff and visitors.
To become a local volunteer search for volunteering opportunities in your area. Or help make a difference by making a secure online donation.
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