Who runs Covid Brighton & Hove?

Covid Brighton & Hove is run by Community Works and the Trust For Developing Communities, with support from NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group and Sussex Community Foundation.

Covid Brighton & Hove is a partnership between two local charities: Community Works and Trust for Developing Communities. Community Works connect charities, volunteers and businesses in Brighton, Hove, Adur and Worthing, so they can make our society and local areas better. Trust for Developing Communities is a charity tackling inequality in Brighton and Hove through community-led solutions.

Coronavirus is making life tough for many people in the city. It’s especially hard if you have to stay at home to protect yourself, or if you’ve lost your job. Suddenly normal things like buying a pint of milk, collecting a prescription and paying the rent have got a lot harder. 

Charities, community groups, volunteers, the Council, the NHS and other organisations are all doing amazing work to help solve these problems. In every corner of the city, people are going above and beyond to support each other through this crisis. So we built the Covid Brighton & Hove website to make it easier to find out about all these sources of help.

You can use the site to find organisations who can help with everything from food shopping or getting your prescription, to coping with loneliness or finding advice about money and benefits. You can also use it on behalf of a friend, family member or neighbour who you’re worried about.

This website is funded by NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group and Sussex Community Foundation.

NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group is a group led by local doctors and health professionals, which commissions service in the area.

Sussex Community Foundation raises funds for and makes grants to local charities and community groups across East and West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.