Crossroads is proud to relay the kind support of MP's in our catchment area for the Barclays sponsored CROSSROADS COMMUNITY RELIEF PROJECT, which enables our charity to provide unpaid carers with some much-needed support during the Covid-19 pandemic. Under our scheme, Crossroads staff are ensuring that they stay in touch with carers who may need additional support. We can then provide welfare checks, shopping and prescription deliveries, and help with maintaining homes and gardens.


Wantage MP, David Johnston. said: "I am delighted to see Crossroads Care Oxfordshire have been given this award by Barclays. Unpaid carers play a vital role across my constituency and beyond and this grant will enable the great work of Crossroads Care to provide more people with essential support."


Oxford West and Abingdon MP, Layla Moran said: "That's fantastic news!"


Oxford East MP, Anneliese Dodds, said: "The Crossroads Community Relief initiative provides free respite relief to isolated unpaid carers throughout Oxfordshire, who have been working tirelessly throughout the pandemic to support family members. I would encourage all unpaid carers to find out more about the scheme."


Maidenhead MP, Theresa May, said: "I would like to pay tribute to the excellent work undertaken by Crossroads and by all carers across the Maidenhead constituency. The Coronavirus has impacted all areas of our society and during these unprecedented times carers have stepped up to the plate by continuing their excellent work throughout this pandemic. Indeed, I am aware of the tireless work carers undertake first hand from those delivering care packages."


Henley MP, John Howell, said: "I think we are all grateful to the army of unpaid carers who rise to the challenge of looking after others in times of need. I know that this can be exhausting physically and emotionally but is something that we want to do for our loved ones. Having read about the work of Crossroads Care I can appreciate that you provide valuable support to these carers."


Witney MP, Robert Courts, said: "Well done, and thank you!"