- MKHP publish report: ‘Shaping the future of volunteering in the homelessness sector’
- Depaul UK urgently looking for volunteers to host young people in Milton Keynes
- MyMiltonKeynes expands its help to prevent Homelessness in Milton Keynes
- Homelessness charities welcome reduction in number of people sleeping rough in Milton Keynes
- New Service aims to reconnect families and prevent youth homelessness in Milton Keynes
APPLY NOW: MK COVID-19 Community Champion Scheme
Throughout the pandemic, MK Council have been keeping residents informed and up-to-date with local information and the latest government and health advice. In light of increasing infection rates and changing restrictions, keeping up-to-date with the latest advice is more important than ever.
But they know they won’t reach everyone, which is why they’re calling for people to sign up to become a MK COVID-19 Community Champion to help us reach more of the local community.
Many people have wanted to help others throughout the pandemic but were unsure as to how to go about it. Being an MK COVID-19 Community Champion is an easy way to make a massive difference, by sharing the latest information and advice with friends and families. This could be via local Facebook groups, WhatsApp groups, social organisations and clubs that people are part of.
MK COVID-19 Community Champions will be provided with the latest information to share at the click of a button – it’s that simple. It won’t take up a huge amount of time, but it could really help make a massive difference in helping to keep our families, friends and communities safe.
By reaching out to people that you are in touch with, you are helping to protect them. For MKC, hearing feedback from MK COVID-19 Community Champions will be a valuable tool to keep the messaging and materials effective and relevant. There are a lot of myths that need busting and questions people are asking when it comes to COVID-19 and we need to know what they are. Which is why MKC are asking as many of you as possible to please sign up, reach out and help keep Milton Keynes safe.