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41 Club GB&I

41 Club GB&I, Marchesi House, 4 Embassy Drive, Calthorpe Rd, Surrey, B15 1TP
I am setting up a 'telephone buddy' initiative SPECIFICALLY for members of '41 Club'.

Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis

Action For Pulmonary Fibrosis, Stuart House, East Wing, St Johns Street, Cambridgeshire, PE1 5DD
Our telephone befrienders are trained volunteers who can give a listening ear by phone for anyone with pulmonary fibrosis, carers and family members over 18. The volunteers are a mix of people with PF, carers, and former carers. You can refer yourself or we can receive referrals from health professionals and support groups, with permission.

Butterfly Trust (Cystic Fibrosis)

Alana Simpson, Butterfly Trust (Cystic Fibrosis), Swanston Steading, 109/3 Swanston Road, Lothian, EH10 7DS
The Butterfly Trust provides direct Social Support, in the community, for people affected by Cystic Fibrosis across the whole of Scotland. Support will provide space to talk about interests and worries, to explore their personal hopes and work towards achieving personal goals. The services are provided by our trained volunteers who support people in their local community.

Care and Share Companionship

Care And Share Companionship, Bennochy Parish Church, 3 Elgin Street, Fife, KY2 5LP
Care and Share Companionship supports people over 60 years of age who are living in isolation or feeling lonely. We can offer 1-1 support from our volunteer companions on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis between 1-2hours per visit. Volunteers can take people to health appointments, shopping, visit to family or friends, going for a walk or to a place of interest to them. This is a free service.
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Care for the Family

Carol Humphreys, Care For The Family, Tovey House, Cleppa Park, , Newport, NP10 8BA, NP10 8BA
Care for the Family is a UK charity that aims to promote strong family life and support those who face family difficulties. Our work is focused on three areas: Parenting, Marriage/Couple Support and Bereavement.

Chemists' Community Fund

Chemists' Community Fund, Royal Society Of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Cambridgeshire, CB4 0WF
The Chemists' Community Fund (working name of the Royal Society of Chemistry Benevolent Fund) assists with grants for members of the Royal Society of Chemistry and their dependents who are in need.

Crossroads Fife (Crossroads Befriending)

Crossroads Fife, Buko Tower, Dalton Road, Southfield, Fife, KY6 2SS
Crossroads Fife is an independent charity formed in January 2001 from the merger of other schemes in Fife which were around since 1980. Crossroads Befriending Service provides Volunteer Befrienders to support vulnerable adults, affected by illness or disability, who are isolated and lonely. Our Volunteer Befrienders are carefully selected and trained to support people living in North East Fife, Central Fife and Levenmouth. If you could benefit from a Volunteer Befriender’s support, please contact Marie Lindsey, Coordinator by phone 01592 630253 or email marie@crossroadsg.co.uk If you would like to make a donation to Crossroads Fife please phone 01592 610540 or email info@crossroadsg.co.uk

Deaf Action (Sound Sense Befriending Service, Dundee / Online befriending service)

Violeta Ilendo, Deaf Action, Deaf Action, 49-51 Albany Street, Midlothian, EH1 3QY
We currently offer two befriending services for deaf* people. Sound Sense offers both face-to-face and distance befriending throughout Dundee to deaf people aged 16+ who are experiencing difficulties or isolation due to their deafness. Our other befriending service is available nationwide and offers befriending through video calling. *deaf includes all people who are either BSL users, hard of hearing, deafened or Deafblind

Deaf Action (Online Befriending Service)

Deaf Action, 49 Albany Street, City Of Edinburgh, EH1 3QY
We know how lonely it can feel at any age being at home during the Coronavirus pandemic. If you or someone you know could do with a friendly face to chat to, our befriending service can help you meet Deaf friends in Scotland with similar interests and suitable communication needs for conversation and companionship during this difficult time. Not only can the befriender stay in contact through video calls, text messages, and letters. Deaf BSL users, deafened, deafblind, and hard of hearing all welcome to use our befriending service to meet new friends. If you don’t have a suitable device to communicate online with our befrienders, we can also provide you with the free loan of a computer tablet as well as training.

EAST NEUK OF FIFE BEFRIENDING SERVICE

RUBY URLOTTI, EAST NEUK OF FIFE BEFRIENDING SERVICE, EAST NEUK CENTRE, LADYWALK, FIFE, KY103EX
The befriending service involves matching people 65 years of age and older, who live alone with a volunteer befriender who will visit on a regular basis to provide companionship and friendship

Fairway Fife

Fairway Fife, 4 Victoria Street, Fife, KY12 0LW
Fairway Fife is a Peer Mentoring Charity involving people with learning disabilities from 16 years of age. Our aim is to encourage and support access to social and leisure facilities within our local communities, enabling our members to strive towards living their dreams through the support of non-disabled peers.

Families First

Morag , Families First, Rose Lane Centre, 2 Rose Lane, C/o 132 South Street, Fife, KY16 9EW
Our befriending service offers children and young people one to one support with trained volunteers.

Fife Carers Centre

Helen Honoré, Fife Carers Centre, 157 Commercial Street, Fife, KY1 2NS
Our befriending service at Fife Carers Centre is there to help carers who feel lonely or isolated to increase their circle of friends. We know that little things make a difference. Our befrienders have helped carers to become more confident, to cope with their caring role and to start feeling like a person again instead of feeling that they are only defined as a carer. If you are a carer and think this service could benefit you then please get in touch with the centre where any of our staff will be happy to help you.

Fife Centre for Equalities

Fife Centre For Equalities, Fife Centre For Equalities, 16 East Fergus Place, Fife, KY1 1XT
FCE started the Minority Ethnic 60+ Project in July 2020 because many minority ethnic older people in Fife were unable to access information and support due to language barrier and Covid restrictions.

Fife Voluntary Action (Kingdom Companions)

Fife Voluntary Action, Caledonia House, Pentland Park, Saltire Centre, Fife, KY6 2AQ
During the Covid 19 pandemic the befriending project diversified into a telephone befriending project for anyone in Fife suffering from isolation or loneliness this is a short term project for the duration of the pandemic.

Fife Womens Aid

Kate McCormack, Fife Womens Aid, Suite 1, First Floor, Saltire House, Pentland Park, Fife, KY6 2AL
We offer a variety of services across Fife to support women, children and young people who experience domestic abuse. Our volunteers are from all walks of life, complete a thorough training programme, and are PVG and reference checked.

Fife Young Carers

Fife Young Carers, Fife Young Carers, Ore Valley Business Centre, 93 Main Street, Fife, KY11 8HS
We support children and young people ages 8-25 in Fife who have a caring role for a family member.

Humanity First UK

Humanity First UK, 27 Red Lion Business Park, Red Lion Road, Surrey, KT6 7QD
Humanity First Befriending Service aims to reduce isolation and provide a listening ear to anyone over the age of 60. If you are: - over 60 years of age - experiencing loneliness, or - need practical advice on connecting with others in the community our trained volunteers are available to speak over the phone. You can refer yourself or we can receive referrals from health professionals and support groups, with permission.

IMPACT Fife (Inspiring More Parents and Carers Together)

IMPACT Fife (Inspiring More Parents And Carers Together), 15 Milne Gardens, Fife, KY10 3SG
IMPACT Fife provide a befriending service for families affected by disability, giving the child/young person new opportunities and family members a short break from their caring roles.

Independent Age

Independent Age, Independent Age London Office, 18 Avonmore Road, W14 8RR
Independent Age provides support to older people enabling them to live independently with choice and control.

Inspiring Scotland - intandem (intandem)

Intandem, Inspiring Scotland - Intandem, Inspiring Scotland, Riverside House, 502 Gorgie Road, City Of Edinburgh, EH11 3AF
Intandem is Scotland’s national mentoring programme for young people looked after at home. We know how crucial it is for all young people to have at least one long term relationship with a positive adult role-model. intandem has been set up to help young people facing challenges. Partner charities receive on-going support from intandem and Inspiring Scotland across a range of activities including recruitment, training, safeguarding, and evaluation as well as capacity building and organisational support. Our common values which reflect the way we do things: Openness, Aspiration, Respect and Commitment. encourage true participation and co-development.

Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project (KASP Befriending)

Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project, 182a Esplanade, Fife, KY1 1RE
Kingdom Abuse Survivor Project (KASP) is a registered Scottish charity and a company limited by guarantee with more than 25 years’ experience of providing services to women and men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse.

Lead Scotland (Fife Befriending Adults)

Louise Andree, Lead Scotland, 525 Ferry Road, EH5 2AW
Lead Scotland’s Fife Befriending project is a service is for adults (16+) in Fife who feel isolated, lonely or disconnected, perhaps as a result of disability, ill health or other circumstances. We are prioritising people who are most in need rather than people who are already linked with existing day services.

Lead Scotland (Fife Befriending Young Carers)

Lead Scotland, Lead Scotland, Room B05 Edinburgh Napier University, Merchiston Campus 14 Colinton Road, EH10 5DT
We enable young people aged 12 to 18 who have caring role at home in Fife to experience the same opportunities as their peers. The service aims to be flexible and as such will operate on a case by case basis, however it is anticipated that the support will be for up to 2 hours per week for a duration of up to 1 year.

LINK: Adolescent Befriending Project

Jane Maciver, LINK: Adolescent Befriending Project, 7 Bells Wynd, Fife, KY16 8SP
LINK Adolescent Befriending Project offers emotional, practical support and community integration to marginalised young people, aged 12-18 years, in East Fife, Levenmouth and Glenrothes who have become lonely or isolated due to mental health problems.

LINK: East Fife Mental Health Befriending Project

Senga Smith, LINK: East Fife Mental Health Befriending Project, 31 Peebles Drive, DD4 0TF
LINK: East Fife Mental Health Befriending Project is an adult befriending service for people with poor mental health, isolated within the community.

Macular Society

Sarah Harrop, Macular Society, Crown Chambers, South Street, Hampshire, SP10 2BN
Helping to reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation for people affected by macular degeneration.

Marie Curie (Check-in and Chat)

Marie Curie, Marie Curie, 89 Albert Embankment, SE1 7TP
If you, or someone close to you, is terminally ill, you might be finding it harder than ever to get the vital support you need right now and may be feeling lonely. Check-in and Chat is our befriending call-back service where you’ll be matched with one of our volunteers.

Meal Makers (Food Train)

Emma Black, Meal Makers (Food Train), Suite 2/6A Brook Street Studio, 60 Brook Street, G40 2AB
Meal Makers is a local neighbourhood food-sharing project that connects people who love cooking, and who are happy to share an extra portion of home cooked food, with an older neighbour who would really appreciate a freshly prepared meal and a friendly chat.

Multiple System Atrophy Trust

Multiple System Atrophy Trust, City Business Centre, 51 St Olav's Court, Lower Road, London, SE16 2XB
The Multiple System Atrophy Trust is the UK’s leading charity supporting people affected by multiple system atrophy (MSA) – a rare neurological disease with no known cause or cure

Opening Doors London (LGBT+ Befriending Service)

Opening Doors London, Opening Doors London, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA
Our Befriending Service is for LGBT+ people over 50. Living in London can become a lonely experience as you grow older, especially if you can’t get out and about as you used to. Befriending matches you with a volunteer Befriender for regular social contact, with visits every week or fortnight. - go along to social groups and community activities - go to exhibitions or events - have a cup of tea and a chat in your home.

Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity

Polycystic Kidney Disease Charity, 91 Royal College St, NW1 0SE
Around 70,000 adults and children in the UK have PKD. We support those affected, their families and carers, with information, help and understanding. We raise awareness and fund research into the causes of PKD, with the aim of discovering treatments and a cure.

Racing Welfare

Racing Welfare, 20b Park Lane, Suffolk, CB8 8QD
We offer professional guidance and practical help to all of racing’s people – including stud, stable and racecourse staff, alongside those working in associated professions – whose dedication is vital for the wellbeing of racing. We have a national network of welfare officers based in regional offices. We support current and retired racing staff, and their families. Our mission Our mission is to enhance the wellbeing of people from the horseracing and thoroughbred breeding community, by providing enabling and proactive support throughout and after their working lives. Our vision Our vision is that everyone from the horseracing and breeding industry and community feels supported and has the opportunity to thrive.

Re-engage

Re-engage, 2 Grosvenor Gardens, SW1W 0DH
Re-engage runs monthly get togethers for groups of isolated , older people in their 70, 80, 90, 100s. Re-engage also runs a one to one telephone befriending service for older people. We also run a programme in Wales called Daring to Dream, which is based around health and exercising.

Scottish Cot Death Trust

Scottish Cot Death Trust, Scottish Cot Death Trust, 5th Floor (5B), Glasgow, Glasgow, G3 8SJ
Scottish Cot Death Trust was founded in 1985 and is the only charity in Scotland dedicated to the sudden unexpected death of babies and young children. We aim to provide holistic bereavement support for all family members, where and when they need it. Peer support includes our befriending service and online peer support groups.

seescape

Sally Cameron, Seescape, 13 Wilson Avenue, Fife, KY2 5EF
Seescape was founded over 150 years ago in 1865 as Fife Society for the Blind – to make life with a sight loss easier and to allow blind and partially sighted people to be independent. Today, we have four core functions: Sight Support, Community Enagement, Assistive Technology and The Optician at seescape, Scotland’s first charity optician which is open to the general public.

Sight Scotland & Sight Scotland Veterans

Sight Scotland & Sight Scotland Veterans, 50 Gillespie Crescent, EH10 4JB
Sight Scotland is Scotland's largest vision impairment organisation. Sight Scotland Veterans is a registered charity that was established in 1915. Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans are sister organisations.
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Sycamore Families

Kerry Anne Duffin, Sycamore Families, Aberlour, West Bridge Mill, Bridge Street, Fife, KY1 1TE
A residential and fostering child care resource.

The Brain Charity

The Brain Charity, Www.thebraincharity.org.uk/be-involved/be-a-volunteer, Norton St, Liverpool, L3 8LR
We are proud to say that The Brain Charity has a dedicated and passionate volunteer team that have been recognised for their excellence with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award given to volunteer groups in the UK. We have all sorts of people volunteer for us, with a wide range of backgrounds and ages. We recruit every three months, which involves a recruitment session where we invite potential volunteers to our centre in Liverpool city centre.

We are Hourglass

Gail Shanahan , We Are Hourglass, 23 Mitcham Lane, Streatham, London, SW16 6LQ
Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) England works to protect older people from abuse and neglect. We’re part of the organisation, Action on Elder Abuse, which works across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and we were the first charity to address elder abuse and the only charity in the UK working on the issue exclusively today. We were established back in 1993 to provide a tailored service to older people, their families/carers and practitioners.

We are Hourglass Scotland

We Are Hourglass Scotland, PO BOX 29244, Fife, KY12 2EG
Our Outreach Project is an innovative means of supporting older people to recover from harmful experiences, and develop the skills and confidence to regain independence and stay safe in the future. Support is provided by trained local volunteers, who support the older person in their own home or a neutral environment of their choosing. While this project includes an element of befriending, it goes much further by focusing on recovery, building resilience and self-recovery, and enabling older people to regain their independence and re-integrate into their local community. Empowerment is at the heart of the project, and our volunteers will work with the older person to support and encourage them to make decisions and take actions themselves.

Wednesday's Child

Wednesday's Child, Unit 10 Riduna Park, Station Road, Melton Park, Suffolk, IP12 1QT
Wednesday's Child provides support for those suffering from, affected by, or seeking understanding of, eating disorders. We provide befriending to those battling the illness, but also partners, parents and educators.