The information on Coronavirus is changing daily and we are working hard to ensure we keep organisations up to date with these changes. We are sending regular e-alerts to our member organisations – if you would like to receive a copy please sign up here


Government advice - Click here to find out more 

Coronavirus Symptoms and Testing - Click here to find out more

Coronavirus Vaccination Information - Click here to find out more

Community Champion information - Click here to find out more

Information for Children, Young People and Families Click here to see our dedicated page 

Updated Government guidance on Shielding - click here for more information  


Sutton Giving Covid-19 Crisis Fund - Has changed to the Sutton Giving Covid-19 Rebuild Fund TEMPORARILY CLOSED - ALL FUNDS HAVE BEEN ALLOCATED

The Sutton Giving COVID-19 Crisis Fund has been running since 20th April 2020 and has awarded over £88,000.00 to local Voluntary and Community Sector organisations to help support them through the Coronavirus outbreak.

The Sutton Giving Panel felt that the time was right to relook at the direction of the Fund and it has been agreed that the emphasis will now focus on REBUILD.  

Objective of the REBUILD Fund is:

To support organisations in redesigning their service offer to local residents and communities in the context of the challenges faced during the COVID-19 Crisis and the insight gained

Click here to go to the Sutton Giving COVID -19 Rebuild Fund page




Covid-19 Voluntary and Community Sector Appeal 

Working with our key partners we are pleased to launch a Covid-19 appeal to support the ongoing work of Sutton’s Voluntary and Community Sector in response to the impact of the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.

This appeal is managed by Sutton Giving, which is part of Community Action Sutton (a registered charity). As a sector, we are continuing to work closely with the local NHS and Council to coordinate efforts, as well as with our Voluntary and Community sector friends and partners, to ensure that anyone in our community who needs support receives it.

Click here to go to the Covid-19 Voluntary and Community Sector Appeal page



Supporting Organisations

Image Covid 19 support offer

We are here to support you. We have designed a short survey to help us better understand how we can help you during this time. Please feel free to complete this at any point and someone will be in touch.

Complete the survey here   Alternatively please email  



Information for Chairs

The Coronavirus is a new and huge challenge for Chairs and it can feel overwhelming. The Association for Chairs have put together some really useful information.  Find out more on their website


Reporting serious incidents to the Charity Commission during the coronavirus pandemic

Take a look at this government guidance for trustees on what matters may need to be reported as a serious incident during the coronavirus pandemic.  Find out more


Information for Organsiations and Groups

Take a look at Zurich's guidance for temporary closure of your buildings during the Coronavirus. This guidance includes a handy checklist and rick control measures to take into consideration.  Download the guidance here  



We are pleased to be working in partnership with the London Borough of Sutton, Volunteer Centre Sutton and Age UK Sutton. Together we are working on different ways to support the most vulnerable members of our community. If you would like to volunteer to offer support please visit the Volunteer Centre Sutton’s website to find out more and register. 


Join the Sutton Coronavirus Support and Action Facebook page 

This page has been set up to share updates, news, and information on how and where to get help during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Click here to join 



The London Borough of Sutton’s Safeguarding referral process will continue as normal. If you need to report a concern, please contact Sutton Council's Adults and Safeguarding Referral Point on 020 8770 6770, email or complete a referral formFor more information on reporting abuse click here


Reporting Abuse 

Some people don't want to tell others that they are being abused. This may be because they don't want the person to get into trouble. They may prefer to ignore the problem in the hope that it will go away. Other people are ashamed or afraid of what will happen to them if they tell. If you think you are being abused it is not your fault and there are ways in which you can get help. Don't ignore the problem, it will probably not go away on its own.  Find out more from the Sutton Safeguarding Adults Board

Further advice on fire safety, domestic abuse assistance and protection on scams can be found here  


Domestic Abuse 


Domestic abuse is a complex challenge for some residents and can be made worse and more risky during a lockdown period.

Take a look at this updated detailed list of support available during this time. 


Accessible Coronavirus information  

Up to date information in easy read/BSL and in different languages.




Supporting Staff to work at Home 

Take a look at the Civil Society's guide on How to work remotely in a time of coronavirus. including how to hold good online meetings.
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