Charity information

Guild Care

Guild Care supports over 3,000 local older people, carers, people with dementia, families with children with special needs and disabilities each year in Sussex.

Founded 1933

  • Mission statement

    Guild Care’s vision is of an organisation at the heart of a thriving local community where people are able to choose and help shape the services they need to enjoy healthy, engaging and independent lives.

    Our mission is to deliver innovative and life-changing care services which help older people, younger people with special needs, those with dementia or a learning difficulty, and their carers, to share and enjoy a richer family and community life.

    We will enhance the physical and emotional wellbeing of all our customers through accessible, personalised activities including community-based services, quality accommodation, respite support and dignified end of life care. Guided by our customers, staff, volunteers and funders we will ensure that our services keep ahead of changing individual needs.

    Guild Care supports over 3,000 local older people, carers, people with dementia, families with children with special needs and disabilities, older people with learning difficulties and encourage exercise and wellbeing for everyone over the age of 50. We do this through our range of services which include a year round community and outreach programme, home care services, sheltered housing and residential care homes and our Ashdown services for children and young people with special needs. We also provide a range of dementia support to local people at every stage of the disease from community based respite services through to residential care.

  • Aims

    Guild Care aims to:

    • Our mission is to deliver innovative and life-changing care services which help older people, younger people with special needs, those with dementia or a learning dif?culty, and their carers.
    • We will enhance the physical and emotional wellbeing of all our customers through accessible, personalised activities including community-based services, quality accommodation and respite.
  • Overview

    Established: April 1933

    Registered Charity Number: 1044658

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 280

    Part time staff: 320

    Volunteers: 250

    Phone number: 01903 529779

    Address: Guild Care Methold House North Street Worthing BN11 1DU

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