Here is a list of some of the organisations doing brilliant work during the coronavirus outbreak.

If you have any other groups you would like to see added to this list, let us know by emailing or contribute at the end of the article and we'll update the below. 

High Wycombe Coronavirus Mutual Aid
This kind-hearted group has over 1,100 members already – who are all joining forces to share vital information about the virus as well as offering help to those who need it, including collecting prescriptions and medication, running errands or delivering food to the elderly, disabled and vulnerable. There are plenty of coronavirus mutual aid groups popping up across Bucks – see the full list at to find one near you.

Seerah Today
A new charity that has been set up in High Wycombe to help distribute emergency food parcels to those in need. Volunteers have set up an initiative to provide emergency same-day food parcels to those in need, especially at this difficult time.

This is for elderly and vulnerable and also those who may have lost work or have not received benefits.

If you would like to donate, you can go to their JustGiving page or drop food supplies to Thara Stores in Castlefield or Mak Foods in Totteridge.

Ros, from the charity, said: “We have been working the last week and have witnessed a lot of fear and a lot of need; but honestly; I've seen more hope and love in the community than anything else and it's been wonderful to see how many people want to help. 

“We have a group of delivery drivers on standby to drop as well.”


UK Cars
The taxi company is currently offering free journeys to the elderly that are struggling to get to and from the hospital or doctors in this difficult period. A spokesman said: “We are here to assist the community in any way possible. Please keep safe and contact us on 01494462000.”
01494 462 000

Clarks of Amersham
The removals company is working to help those in the local community who are unable to get their essentials.

Michael Clark, Managing Director, said the company is "turning a negative into a positive”.

“Due to the current state of affairs we find ourselves in a situation where we have the opportunity to help those having to isolate. If you or anyone you know in the local area needs help collecting groceries, medication or any other essentials, please get in touch and we will do our best to help wherever possible. This service is of course free of charge at this difficult time.”

01494 774186

Halfords is offering a Free Ten Point Car Check, normally worth £15, to all NHS frontline workers during the Coronavirus pandemic. All NHS frontline staff will be able to claim the full safety check at most Halfords retail store or Autocentre from today. Further details can be found on this link: The checks, which includes top-ups of tyre inflation, screen wash and checks on oil levels, headlights and brake lights, are intended to help keep vital NHS workers moving at this critical time.

Leon Catering
Nic Leon said the events business is not looking viable for many companies over the next few months – and faced with a number of cancelled jobs, Leon Catering has launched a home delivery service from their sister shop at They are planning on selling fruit and vegetable packs with wholesome meals, cooked at their kitchens at The Chiltern and Amersham Rugby Club, for all the family. Orders need to be made by 8pm for next day delivery.

Beaconsfield Hardware and Shoe-Be-Do
Karl Ellis, from the shop in Maxwell Road, says the high street has been “majorly quiet” amid coronavirus, so they have launched a pick-up and delivery service – they can go to someone’s house and pick their shoes up, repair them and then drop them back off, all without needing to leave home.

01494 678337

Hope Church Beaconsfield
The church in Baring Road is offering practical support such as medicine or food delivery for those who need it.

01494 675185

WISE Mosques
Wycombe Islamic Society is offering help to those who need it during the coronavirus outbreak. They can help with shopping, picking up urgent supplies, or just be on the other end of a phone for a friendly conversation. All of their volunteers are DBS checked and trained to help.

07477 221688

Coronavirus community support hub
This dedicated website has been set up by Bucks County Council to offer advice support and helpful links to those who need it. It lists volunteer groups in your area and tips on how to help elderly, isolated and vulnerable neighbours, as well as offering advice on how to stay safe when getting help.

Heart of Bucks
The Bucks Coronavirus Response Appeal has been set up to support people and charities in Buckinghamshire who are most affected and vulnerable at this time of crisis. Heart of Bucks will be using the funds generated from the appeal – currently over £18,000 - to support people and charities in Buckinghamshire who are most affected and vulnerable at this time of crisis.