Two new KCIL services to support isolation during COVID-19

KCIL is offering a short term telephone befriending service to people over 18, who feel isolated due to COVID-19.

And as being online can help people feel less isolated, we are also offering an IT Support service. Would you like to find out about online food shopping, connect with family and friends, get into YouTube, and much more? We’re here to help.

Both services run until 31st March. Contact Jo (Befriending) or James (IT Support) to find out more on support@kcil.org.uk or 020 8546 9603.

Telephone befriending - KCIL is offering a short term telephone befriending service to people over the age of 18 who feel isolated due to COVID-19, 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, service available until 31st March 2021, contact Jo on 020 85469603 support@kcil.org.uk
IT Support. KCIL is offering a short term IT support service to people over the age of 18, who would like help to get online. Would you like to find out about online food shopping, connect with family and friends, get into YouTube and much more? We're here to help. 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, service available until 31st March 2021. Contact James on 020 8546 9603 support@kcil.org.uk

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