Harriet signed up to volunteer during the crisis to deliver essentials to people self-isolating in temporary accommodation.
Our volunteers are integral to everything we do. Their role over the last few months has been more crucial than ever. While many of us have been staying at home, Harriet chose to give up her time. Helping ensure that vulnerable people are safe and supported.
When the coronavirus outbreak began, Harriet was put on furlough from a job she loved at a marketing agency in London. Since then, she has had to move back to her family home in Brighton and decided to make the most of her new-found spare time.
After seeing an opportunity to volunteer with St Mungo’s on Facebook she applied straight away. Since then she has been helping our teams in Brighton to deliver food and other essentials to people self-isolating in temporary accommodation, including hotels. Here she shares her experience with us.