An independent charity which provides support to voluntary organisations and community groups, as well as providing services and facilities for disadvantaged people, particularly those who are older or have disabilities.
Martin Snape House
96 Pavilion Way
The Voluntary Car Scheme provides transport to help people in the Fareham and Titchfield area get to medical appointments. The scheme relies on donations to cover the volunteer’s costs of using their own car, and drivers are all interviewed and police checked. For more information about using the service, or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer driver call the number below.
Gosport Heritage Open Days could not take place without amazing local people who are willing to give their time and support. As well as the many dedicated volunteers who open up their buildings, plan tours or put on special activities, we have a small team of able and willing people who work towards co-ordinating and promoting all the wonderful heritage attractions which happen in Gosport during Heritage Open Days.
How can you help?
If you have…
…then contact us for a chat. We’d welcome you to our team of volunteers.
Please fill in this short online form and or download as a word document and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. If these volunteer roles are not suitable but you’d still like to help then tell us about anything you are willing to do and we’ll find a way to make use of your skills.
The Friends of Fareham Community Hospital have been formed to give support to the new Hospital and help to link it with the community which it serves. We help to provide guidance to users on entering the hospital, operate a dementia friendly memory club, operate the blood test desk, raise funds for equipment and materials which are outwith the limited budget of the NHS and raise awareness of the services available at the hospital.
FFCH as we call it was started in June 2010 soon after the Hospital was established. Set up as a charity in September 2011, the Friends’ initial objectives are:
Royal Voluntary Service wants to help create a society where everyone feels valued and involved whatever their age. We are one of the largest volunteer organisations in the country. Our 25,000 volunteers help older people stay active, independent and able to continue to contribute to society. They do this by providing practical and emotional help where and when it’s needed.