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Map of local organisations

We are working with organisations across Westminster in order to respond to the needs of our residents.

Published: 20 January 2021

Last updated: 17 March 2022

Westminster Connects has been created to connect volunteers with those in need of help. We work with organisations across Westminster in order to respond to the needs of our residents. 

Support organisations in your neighbourhood

The interactive map below is there for those who need help or know others who need support.  It shows the locations of organisations in your neighbourhood that are assisting residents, the kinds of support they offer, and how you can get in touch with them.

If you need help or you know of anyone who needs help as a result of COVID-19, visit our vulnerable residents page to access information, advice and guidance. If you know of anyone in hardship, visit our financial support page.

You can also find a directory of available support.

Information for support organisations

If you represent a community organisation and would like us to promote your contact details and the services you can provide, please complete this form. If you need to provide an update on information shown on the list or map, please email us on [email protected]

We have also created a list of grants and funding available for coronavirus support organisations, including the voluntary and community sector. 

How to use the map

Visit Airtable to use our interactive map of local services

To find more information click on a marker and then click 'expand record'. This will provide you with details of the offer available along with who can access the offer of support and a link to further information. 

  • yellow - community led group
  • blue - local voluntary group
  • red - supermarket
  • green - pharmacy
  • purple - GP or medical centre

You can also view a table of all the local services on offer.

*COVID-19 (coronavirus) mutual aid and community volunteer groups are self-organised groups that support and help people in their communities. Members of these groups are volunteers that can provide help such as buying essential items, posting mail, dog walking and providing support over the phone. These groups are not set up or managed by the council or partner organisations.