The Council is developing a network of voluntary support across the County Borough, working with third sector partners, to support some of the most vulnerable people in our communities during this unprecedented situation.
We will take every precaution necessary to avoid circumstances where the virus can be passed on, practicing social distancing measures, to safeguard the public health of volunteers and vulnerable residents being supported. Volunteering activities will strictly comply with the up-to-date public health instructions advised by the Government.
For any resident wishing to support their local community, view further details via;
If your community group would like to help, we encourage you to get in touch. View further details via;
Individuals who want to volunteer
Any resident wishing to support their local community, and help to support the most vulnerable, is encouraged to register online via the link below or, alternatively, contact the Council via the dedicated telephone number detailed below
Residents can register online using this button or on the dedicated telephone number 01443 425020
The process will include operating a fast track system for DBS checks of volunteers to deploy the necessary support, working alongside Council and third sector staff, who will be co-ordinated from a range of Community Resilience Hubs, to be located across Rhondda Cynon Taf. This will help to ensure we provide support and resilience for our communities during these challenging times.
Community Groups that want to volunteer
Doing good and helping others is something which we know is needed by our communities. Rhondda Cynon Taf is working with Interlink and third sector partners to coordinate established community groups in response to coronavirus.
If your community group would like to help, we encourage you to get in touch.
Tel: 01443 846200
Social Worker Appeal
The Council is also making an appeal to all former social care workers to consider coming back to work and to get in touch with the Council. If you are a former social care worker and would like to offer your services to RCT Council, please contact: 01443 424140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Read More
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