Swindon Charity Hub
Here to help you find the information, advice, support and advocacy you need.
A one-stop shop for help, support and advice
You can find Swindon’s Charity Hub in Sandford House, the home of many of Swindon’s support organisations, as well as training courses, networks and meetings. Please contact the service you are interested in directly – click on their logo to go to their contact details.
All services are accessible from the main reception, apart from Citizens Advice Bureau, which is accessed via the College Street entrance, and Shopmobility, which is based in the car park at the back of the building, also accessible via College Street.
The Alzheimer’s Society are here for anyone worried about or affected by dementia. They provide information and support, fund medical and social research, and campaign for better quality of life for people with dementia and greater understanding of the condition.
DASH (Discovering Autistic Spectrum Happiness) is an independent local charity whose mission is to improve the quality of life of adults of working age with Aspergers and other high functioning Autistic Spectrum Conditions living in Swindon.
Enham Trust supports people who are eligible for funding from adult social care. Enham Trust equips vulnerable service users with the tools to live the life they want, regardless of impairments.
Healthwatch Swindon’s task is to understand the needs, experiences and concerns of people who use health and social care services and to ensure their voices are heard and responded to.
LIFT have been providing psychological services to the people of Swindon for the past 20 years and pioneered Primary Care Psychology services within the country. They offer a high quality service that includes traditional Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) interventions plus additional support.
Swindon Carers Centre was established to provide help and support to people with caring responsibilities in and around Swindon, creating a community where unpaid carers of family members are recognised, valued and supported.