The National League season may be suspended but Maidenhead United is more than just a Football Club.
The health and well-being of our community, our friends, our family and our neighbours is the primary concern for all of us during these trying and uncertain times.
Maidenhead United want to help the most vulnerable in our community and those most disadvantaged by this current period of uncertainty, so today we are announcing the launch the Magpies Community Care Initiative which will go live on Monday next week (23rd March).
This scheme aims to support those struggling with day-to-day tasks that they are currently unable to fulfill whilst in self isolation, with a priority to support the elderly and the most vulnerable. Whether this is shopping for essential supplies, picking up prescriptions or dog-walking we want to help. Our aim ensure the safety of all needing help, but providing support through a network DBS checked volunteers to help you or your loved ones with these jobs.
If you are in need of help or can identify a friend, neighbour or loved one who may require assistance, please call our new Community Help Helpline on 01628 367875 which will be one from next Monday 7 days a week between 9am to 5pm and we will allocate one of our caring staff or volunteers to assist.
We also want to expand our network of volunteers available to support this initiative, so if you hold a valid DBS check and want to volunteer your services please get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or (from Monday) telephone our Magpies Community Care hotline on 01628 367875.
Together we will get through this testing time.
Call Maidenhead United Community Helpline today on 01628 367875.