Asda Volunteer Shopping Card
The Volunteer Shopping Card can be bought online then emailed to the volunteer or printed out and left in a safe place for the volunteer to pick up. The volunteer then shops using the card, makes the payment using the barcode in store, and leaves the shopping in a safe place.
M&S We’re All in this Together Volunteer E-Gift Card
This is an online gift card. All the details come straight to the customer or volunteer by email. People can also purchase an E-Gift Card on behalf of a family member who is more vulnerable, older or self-isolating, then send the code to their volunteer.
Sainsbury’s volunteer shopping cards
Customers can visit the dedicated webpage and select how much they’d like to spend on their weekly shop, between £5 and £250. The E-Gift Card will then be emailed directly to the person who is shopping on their behalf, which can be redeemed at checkout in store.
You might also find this doorstep delivery service useful to share with people in your area:
Morrisons doorstep delivery service
The Morrisons doorstep delivery service is available to vulnerable and elderly members of the community, who are unable to go shopping in-store.
Customers can call 0345 611 6111 and select option 5 to place an order.
For any order placed before 5pm, Morrisons will aim to deliver the next day. In order to use this service you must live within 10 miles of a Morrisons store. There is a limit of three per item.
Deliveries will adhere to the current social distancing rules so to avoid contact they strongly encourage contactless card payments only. If this isn’t possible, chip and pin card payments are available, but no cash payments can be accepted. Visit the Morrisons website for details and available items (you can specify dietary requirements on the call if applicable):
Supporting people who are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable
This document from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government includes advice about supporting people who are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable to make use of their priority access to supermarkets.