Fulham Good Neighbour Service

Fulham Good Neighbour Service

Charity information

Fulham Good Neighbour Service

Fulham Good Neighbours support older people, including those with dementia, with practical tasks at home such as basic DIY, gardening, and decorating. We do what any good neighbour would: collect medication, escort to appointments, accompany shopping and take care of pets to name just a few of our free services delivered by over 50 volunteers, many of whom are older people. We also run a dedicated befriending scheme and a range of social clubs to help beat isolation and loneliness.

Founded 1966

  • Mission statement

    Mission Statement
    Fulham Good Neighbours is a small charity, working towards a community where neighbours look out for each other and offer help when it’s needed.
    Aims
    Our aims are to enable elderly, disabled and vulnerable people to:
    - Live independently and to contribute to society,
    - Help overcome isolation and loneliness,
    - Be at the heart of the local community.
    Values
    Our values are:
    - Rooted in the local community,
    - Welcoming and inclusive,
    - Personal and friendly,
    - Committed to making a difference,
    - Flexible and responsive to lead.

  • Aims

    Fulham Good Neighbour Service aims to:

    • To enable elderly, disabled and vulnerable people to live independently and to contribute to society.
    • To help elderly, disabled and vulnerable people overcome isolation and loneliness.
    • To be at the heart of the local community.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1966

    Registered Charity Number: 1113752

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 020 7385 8850

    Address: Rosaline Hall, 70 Rosaline Road, London SW6 7QT

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