About the network
The Crawley Down Support Network (CDSN) has been established to help for those who are particularly vulnerable during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The CDSN is a group of volunteers from our community who wish to help others through this difficult period. The CDSN is not a replacement for government services, healthcare services or any other authoritative body. You should always adhere to advice published by the government throughout the current pandemic.
The CDSN is a support network for those within our community who have nowhere else to turn. If you need to self-isolate, have no one to turn to for non-medical support, and are unable to order in the supplies you need using the internet the CDSN is here to assist.
Please help spread awareness of the network by putting a poster up in your window! Posters can be downloaded below:
I need some help
The CDSN is here for you. Typical tasks we will be able to help with will include:
- Collecting pre-paid shopping
- Collecting medication
- Finding other basic supplies, staples such as milk, eggs, bread etc that might be required.
- Help placing orders online / general IT support.
Please call us on 01342 886 115, our phone line is now manned 9am-5pm on Wednesdays only (as of 27th June 2020). The CDSN will close on 29th July 2020, pending a 2nd wave/lockdown.
How do I volunteer?
For details on how to volunteer please visit our 'Volunteer Portal'.