NAC Supporting You With Mental Struggles
the description on the landing page is “The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted our lives and had a serious impact on the mental health of many of us. Since lockdown began, there have been significant increases in requests for help from those suffering with domestic violence, abuse, and addiction.
To respond to the growing demand for mental health support during this difficult time, we are offering counselling sessions with our volunteer counsellors through our phone helpline service.”
The Nations Africa Centre Supporting NHS staff
NHS staff have been responding courageously to the biggest challenge they have ever faced, along with the police and the fire brigade working tirelessly to save and protect lives.The Nations Africa Centre has been donating food to support those crucial front line workers during COVID -19.
FREE NHS STAFF SHOP
The Nations Africa Centre approached Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust with the idea to open free shops running on donations for NHS staff.
We care for our carer
Mike, one of our many volunteers, has started manufacturing 3DPrinted face masks to protect NHS frontline workers. As he is working with a team of other local 3D-printing volunteers.
Home delivering free Food Parcels
The Nations Africa Centre has urgently responded to the exponential demand of people in need of food since the COVID-19 pandemic started. We’ve organised to home deliver food parcels in Greater London. Please fill in the request form each time you would like to receive a food parcel.
COVID-19 Businesses Donation Response
Supermarket chains and bakeries are generously donating food to the Nations Africa Centre to support NHS staff and our Food Parcel Project.
Volunteering with NAC During COVID-19
This is a great opportunity for all of us to step in to be solidary and demonstrate our benevolence to people who are most in need and going through hardship.
Our work abroad
The NAC is supporting the less fortunate community in Algiers, Algeria. Food parcels have been delivered to the Casbah as well as orphanages throughout the capital.