Calling to deliver Medications and Prescriptions
Elderly & isolated people will be able to access essential medications
Kingston Council are in need of volunteers now more than ever. The outbreak has seen an increase in the need for volunteers to deliver medications and prescriptions to the isolated and elderly. This prescription courier role is in support of work done by the Kingston Council and will be as and when required Monday to Friday daytime and weekends on call if an urgent request comes in. These could likely be called for at short notice.
THIS LISTING IS TO REGISTER ALL SLOTS BETWEEN MONDAY 6TH - SUNDAY 12TH APRIL
How to take part in this community mission:
Step 1: Compete your GoodGym Covid-19 training.
Step 2: Sign up to a volunteer slot with RBK - Kingston Stronger Together by contacting Kingston Goodgym Task Force member Martel. You could do this by leaving a comment below to express your interest for a slot.
Step 3: Complete your delivery slot for RBK and be sure to follow all safety guidelines outlined below.
Step 4: On Sunday 12th April, you'll receive an email from GoodGym asking you to log your attendance and receive a good deed. Advice to people going to GoodGym community missions:
Current Government guidelines mean that leaving home is only possible for specific reasons. For our work; supporting vulnerable people and essential work are still allowed, this task is in line with our training and goals during Coronavirus.
Do not use public transport to attend, please only sign up if you are local and able to get there by other means such as part of your daily exercise. Do not attend a GoodGym group session if you are feeling unwell or anyone in your household is self isolating with symptoms. Wash your hands with soap before leaving to attend the session. Wash your hands with soap when arriving at the task location for community missions. Bring tissues with you to all sessions. If you need to cough or sneeze do so into a tissue and throw the tissue immediately into a bin. If you do not have a tissue cough or sneeze into your elbow. Do not use your hands. Avoid touching your eyes, mouth or nose with you hands.
Date and time
18:45 - 19:45 Monday, 6th of April 2020
Sign up by 12:00am on Sunday 12th April so we can let Martel know who to expect.
As you will make your own way to the task, feel free to walk or run as you wish.Ideal for beginners
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What to look out for
GoodGym welcomes anyone aged 18 or over. If you are under 18 then you will be unable to participate in any GoodGym activity
Make sure you've read our general guidelines for safety when running and at a task.
Community missions are organised by members of the GoodGym community and therefore we are unable to provide specific risk information about the task you are signing up to complete. We advise you to review the community mission training and read our general guidelines for safety for group sessions.
By signing up to this event you confirm you are medically fit to participate in running and other physical activity and accept that the Good Gym and its members, or those operating on its behalf, will not be held liable for any loss, accident or injury, before, during or resulting from the event.
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