Cllr Nick da Costa has set up an Alex Covid-19 Mutual Aid WhatsApp group which will be used to coordinate support locally for people in self-isolation and/or otherwise vulnerable. If you'd like to volunteer to help, eg with leafletting, delivering shopping or other errands, or talking to people on the phone, please join the group at this link:


Nick is starting a google spreadsheet where you will be able to add notes on what help you can offer.

There is a growing list of Haringey WA groups by ward for anyone wanting to join in a different ward:


Please also see the Haringey Covid 19 Mutual Aid Facebook group for further information. The following is copied from it:

It is incredibly important that we are aware of safety and hygiene as we seek to build support and solidarity in our communities. Queercare has put together a set of guidelines, which you can see here: https://queercare.network/covid-19/. Please take care to read these if you are taking part in community support/ solidarity work for Haringey Mutual Aid.

As we develop our mutual aid community it is important that we are holding ourselves accountable for our actions. This group is founded on respect, care and solidarity. Incite has some useful resources on how to put accountability into practice: https://incite-national.org/community-accountability/


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