If you are self-isolating in the Isle of Man and need someone to help with the shopping, run an errand or if you would like to talk to someone, please let us know.
If you require health advice or have concerns about your symptoms, please contact 111.
Data will never be sold to a third party or used for any other purpose than described on this website.
What happens next?
Wellbeing and bereavement enquires
- We will contact you as soon as we can after receiving your request to establish your needs and to determine how we may be able to assist
- Depending on the nature of the support you require we will either contact a volunteer in your area and ask them to help you; or forward your request to the Hospice Isle of Man Wellbeing Team who will contact you to discuss support
For requests relating to delivery of supplies
- We will ask your volunteer to leave any supplies at your front door.
- We will have asked your volunteer to take appropriate precautions, wash hands before and after delivery, wear gloves and if it is considered appropriate in the circumstances to wear a mask.
- Your volunteer is asked not to make physical contact with you, instead to drop off supplies at your doorstep. To then leave before making contact with you to inform you that you have a delivery outside your door.
- If you are in self isolation because you are in one of the high risk groups, pre-existing health conditions or are aged over 60, then please take extra precautions when handling the supplies.
- Whilst your volunteer should have been careful we do not know what contact the supplies have had before your volunteer collected them. The best thing you can do is wash your hands after contact. Current advice is that the virus does not last long outside the body.
Amazing page and the amount of care and kindness on this group is amazing! So many local people willing to help is what this world needs.
“This is the Isle Of Man at its best fantastic community spirit well done”
“With everything that’s going on, it is so very refreshing to see some members of our community pulling together to help others, massive well done”
“Isle of Man community spirit at its finest”
“You are doing an incredible thing. Thank you for all you and your team are doing – Priceless”
“Many many thanks for all your groups help x”
“Thank you, too, for providing this wonderful service.”
“This act of kindness is so wonderful. I just wanted to let you know and I thank you again for the introduction to such a kind person. “
“I am so very grateful to you both. We’ll do our best to manage, but it takes so much worry away to know that you’re there.”
“This is really kind and much appreciated.”
“Thank you so so much for giving an extra mile. Bless you all abundantly.”
“Thanks once again for all the time and effort put into this project, it is extremely thoughtful.”
“Thankyou for allocating S to us, she is an absolute marvel and a lovely lady to boot.”
“Thank-you very much for introducing me to J and we have sorted out the shopping list with her. Having met her briefly (and at a distance!) she is a delightful young lady and has set our minds at rest.”
“Aww how sweet is this? My volunteer has just dropped off my shopping and left me a little easter card .”
“You and your team are doing a wonderful job for those of us in the community who require assistance during these very trying times. My husband and I are extremely grateful to you all.”
“Your help is greatly appreciated”