We provide support to vulnerable people living in our community through a co-ordinated team of volunteers, with the aim to enable people to remain safe and independent in their own homes and to improve people’s quality of life.

Help can take the form of:

  1. befrienders for people who are isolated at home (1-1 basis or by telephone);
  2. patient transport to drive and accompany people to healthcare appointments;
  3. support and respite for carers;
  4. practical help with tasks such as shopping and prescription collection;
  5. practical and/or emotional support for families who might be struggling with depression, disabilities or family breakdown; and
  6. social/ activity groups and outings.