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Supporting People in Your Community

In Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, Leicester & Surrey
Help others. Stay connected. Feel good

URGENT Oxfordshire Coronavirus Update

Several local Oxfordshire charities are temporarily unable to recruit new volunteers during the crisis.

Good Neighbour Schemes in Abingdon and Didcot are still recruiting, so please select one of their clients if you live there.

If you live elsewhere in Oxfordshire please register on FindAKindNeighbour, which will launch in soon. This will enable you to connect directly with neighbours who need support.

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Our Stories

Hear from some of the people who have connected through Ami about how it’s making a difference to people’s lives.

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If you are able to offer help to your neighbours directly, (NOT through a voluntary organisation or charity) please register on our new site FindAKindNeighbour, which will launch soon.

It’s good for you

Connecting with people is good for your health. It not only improves your cognitive performance and mental attitude, it also improves your physical health.

No time to volunteer?

Pick one of our simple challenges and pledge a little time to brighten someone’s day. It’s easy to help someone to feel more connected and we’ll help you to follow it through.


Please follow the latest government advice regarding Social Distancing. If you regularly visit an older person, please help keep them safe. Say hello through the window and/or have a chat on the phone.

Ami's partners and funders

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