Brisbane community Response Coalition

What is the Brisbane Community Response Coalition?

The Brisbane Lions Club, along with the City of Brisbane, Brisbane Village Helping Hands, the Brisbane Chamber of Commerce, and over 100 Brisbane community Volunteers, have partnered to help our citizens manage and navigate through this trying time, dealing with the lifestyle changes needed to battle this pandemic. Brisbane citizens who are self-isolating, taking care of sick family members, or in a high-risk group can use the form below to reach out and get help. Those who want to help can use the 'I Can Help' form. If you know of any essential workers who live in Brisbane, please scroll to the Health Professionals, Essential workers & People on the front lines form, to let us know who they are .

I Can Help

Are you a healthy person age 18 or over who is willing to help out people in need? Please fill out the form below and a volunteer will contact you to discuss ways that you can help.

I Need Help

Volunteers in Brisbane are ready to help the at-risk and vulnerable citizens of Brisbane. Things like: getting to the doctor, picking up medicine, and requesting a chaperone are a few of the ways we can help. Please fill out the form below and a volunteer from BCRC will contact you.

BCRC/Brisbane Village Helping Hands

Know someone who is self-isolating or needs help during this pandemic, but doesn't have internet access or isn't computer-savvy? Please give them this phone number and leave a message: (415) 508-2185.

They will receive a call-back within 12 hours, with their request filled within 48 hours. For more urgent matters, please dial the 24/7 Police Dispatch Line at: (415) 467-1212.

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