Caring All Together on Romney Marsh

Caring All Together on Romney Marsh

Charity information

Caring All Together on Romney Marsh

CARM is committed to reducing social isolation and loneliness of older people through its three interlinked services, which are delivered by staff and trained volunteers. These are: (i) Meeting Points – local people meet up to enjoy a cup of tea, a chat, a speaker and outings; (ii) Befriending service – volunteers visit clients in their home or call each week and (iii) Reminiscence service offers volunteer-led reminiscence sessions in residential homes and care settings.

Founded 1997

  • Mission statement

    “to support people living on Romney Marsh and its surrounding rural areas who are socially isolated. Through this support we aim to improve people’s well- being, to help people remain independent for longer and to enhance the quality of life of the rural communities where we operate. In pursuing this mission we will treat people with dignity and respect. ”

  • Aims

    Caring All Together on Romney Marsh aims to:

    • 1. To promote social inclusion of older people, reducing loneliness and isolation through provision of befriending services.
    • 2. To increase wellbeing amongst the people that CARM serves.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1997

    Registered Charity Number: 1067189

    Board members: 8

    Part time staff: 8

    Volunteers: 100

    Phone number: 01233 758122

    Address: Appledore Christian Centre TN26 2AE

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