Helping Scarborough Survive

Working together to help those most vulnerable in need during the pandemic.

Helping Scarborough Survive

Working together to help those most vulnerable in need during the pandemic.

OUR AIM IS TO:

Keep our most vulnerable safe during the pandemic

Support our Young and Adult Carers during isolation

Help the vulnerable get one nutritious meal per day

OUR AIM IS TO:

Keep our most vulnerable safe during the pandemic

Support our Young and Adult Carers during isolation

Help the vulnerable get one nutritious meal per day

Meals Delivered So Far:

Meals Delivered So Far:

We’re aiming to help people who are isolated, who may struggle to get out because they are vulnerable, lack of transport and therefore don’t have easy access to fresh, healthy food

Our initial contact will be through various pre-existing local organisations like the local Young Carers Service and the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

During the current coronavirus outbreak, many older and vulnerable people will struggle to feed themselves – the aim of the Community Kitchen Scarborough is to help as many people as we can to get at least one good, freshly-cooked meal a day (which will be delivered cold for them to reheat); or, for more capable beneficiaries, a box of ingredients from which they can make a meal. It’s conceived as a short-term project to help people weather the current situation, so at the moment, we’re looking at 3 to 6 months – that could extend as things evolve.

We’re aiming to help people who are isolated, who may struggle to get out due to infirmity, lack of transport and therefore don’t have easy access to fresh, healthy food

Our initial contact will be through various pre-existing local organisations like the local Young Carers Service and the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

During the current coronavirus outbreak, many older and vulnerable people will struggle to feed themselves – the aim of the Community Kitchen Scarborough is to help as many people as we can to get at least one good, freshly-cooked meal a day (which will be delivered cold for them to reheat); or, for more capable beneficiaries, a box of ingredients from which they can make a meal. It’s conceived as a short-term project to help people weather the current situation, so at the moment, we’re looking at 3 to 6 months – that could extend as things evolve.