Three Rivers calls on its businesses for support
08th April 2020
Three Rivers District Council is calling on local businesses to offer any support to people within the District affected by COVID-19.
The Council is particularly interested in support from local food business who will be able to support deliveries to local vulnerable residents, who are struggling to secure delivery slots from national supermarket systems.
Cllr Stephen Giles-Medhurst, Lead Member for Transport & Economic Development, said: “With the measures to stem the coronavirus outbreak being strengthened by the Government, we are keen to secure additional help from our local businesses to support the most vulnerable in our communities.”
Businesses can register their interest and what they can deliver via the online portal.
The council is open to all types of support, whether that is helping to deliver much-needed food to the vulnerable and self-isolating, or receiving donations of supplies for residents, and frontline services.
Information about the support available to local businesses and individuals can be found here: www.threerivers.gov.uk.