Keep Louth Safe - Louth Community Groups and Organisations
HELP - In Need of Food
People’s Kitchen – Serendipity Initiative
Are you struggling to feed yourself or your family?
Hearty food delivered in town of Louth twice a day. No charge made (though donations appreciated).
Orderline 01507 602930
We will need your name, address and any dietary restrictions that effect your health.
Louth Community Larder Food Bank
For those without food or the money/access to buy any. Delivered in Louth area.
At the Louth Food Bank you can receive three days of food and a hygiene pack (NB; Only three referrals per year).
Open Monday to Friday 9am-10am
Trinity Centre, Eastgate, Louth LN11 8DJ
Telephone: 01507 605803
Salvation Army Foodbank
Community Help Groups
Louth Coronavirus Support
This is a group with information, offers of help and support in these unsure times. Everyone is welcome to join.
Louth Coronavirus Group
This group is for discussion of issues relating to the Coronavirus pandemic in Louth, Lincolnshire. Everyone is welcome to join.
Online Church Services and Prayer
Other Help and Support
Rough Sleeping Team
Part of East Lindsey District Council and P3 If you need help
phone 01507 601111 (24hrs).
Pastoral Care Network – Parish of Louth
Team Parish of Louth is served by the Louth Team Ministry and the Parochial Church Council of Louth
Reg’d Charity No. 1132658
TED Interim Support
There are a number of ways we can help if you are in self-isolation or are concerned about the advice around Covid-19. We are offering the following free services for the over 50s:
Regular Wellbeing and Friendship Phone Calls.
ConnecTED Fortnightly Activity Packs – which can include puzzles, quizzes, poems, recipes and suggested activities.
General Advice and Support.
If you would like to access any of our ConnecTED Services for Louth please call between 9am and 5pm, Monday – Friday.
Telephone: 01529 301965
Age UK – Lindsey
Providing advice and information line.
Telephone: 01507 524242 option 1
Rotary Club of Louth
Louth Rotary is still meeting (virtually) during this crisis and is raising money to help needy causes in the local community. They have already donated £3,000 since the start of the crisis and are trying to show why ‘Rotary Makes a Difference’.
If you would like to help with their fundraising please visit their GOFUNDME page to donate. All donations will go to local causes affected by the COVID19 pandemic.
If you are an organization or group that needs assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to help.
The Louth Lions are offering support through The Louth Foodbank and also the Lincolnshire Resilience Forum, but can be approached individually through email email@example.com