How have Community Organisations adapted during the COVID-19 crisis?

By working with our colleagues in the Voluntary and Community sector, we have a series of reports that capture the experiences and issues from the point of view of services and groups that support local people in the community.
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These are independent case studies showing an example of community organisation’s stories of adapting and what the future holds.

See below for case studies on the following organisations: 

  • Age Concern Hassocks - a Local Independent Centre for older people in Hassocks and surrounding villages
  • Know Dementia - a local charity, is run by volunteers comprising family carers and qualified professionals who live and work with people with a dementia
  • Sussex Community Transport - helps local people who struggle to access public transport due to age, disability or because there is a lack of safe or adequate public services in their area
  • Time 4 Children - is a small charity based in Haywards Heath, dedicated to improving the emotional wellbeing of children between the ages of 4 and 12 in Mid Sussex.
  • Carers Support West Sussex - is an independent charity supporting some of the 89,000 family and friend carers living in West Sussex
  • Cruse Bereavement Care South - offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and to enhance society’s care of bereaved people
  • 4Sight Vision Support - has been the leading sight loss charity supporting the visually impaired community of West Sussex.


Case Study - Age Concern
Case Study - Know Dementia
Case Study - Sussex Community Transport
Case Study - Time 4 Children
Case Study - Carers Support West Sussex
Case Study - Cruse Bereavement South
Case Study - 4Sight Vision Support

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