Many voluntary and community organisations are offering help with food for Enfield’s diverse community. If you need urgent food supplies and can’t afford them, you can:
You could also try the OLIO food sharing app, a free app allowing neighbours to offer perfectly good, unwanted food to each other. Everything shared on OLIO is free. They have also developed safe sharing ‘no-contact pickups’ in response to COVID-19.
If you can't get to the shops, supermarkets have increased the number of delivery slots and are offering priority slots to the elderly and vulnerable:
Local shops and businesses are also offering home deliveries through ShopAppy Enfield.
Some supermarkets offer special services for people to order food over the phone if you can’t access online deliveries. Options you can try include:
Retailers are legally required to put measures in place to protect staff and shoppers from coronavirus. It’s also a legal requirement for shoppers to wear a face covering whilst shopping, unless they have a valid legal exemption. Staff must also wear a face covering while in a public facing area, unless they have an exemption. These measures should help to lower the risk of the virus spreading.