If you or someone you know is in need of help, please contact us now and we will help if we can.
- Request help by contacting us at our national office.
- If we have an SVP group in your area then members of the group will visit you to understand your problem and to offer you help where they can. We have groups in over 1,000 locations across England and Wales so we will usually be able to help.
- If we are unable to help you because you require specialist advice or we do not have a group in your area we will try our best to signpost you to other organisations that can help.
We can directly help people in need through:
- Visits to you, or someone you know, at home, in hospital, or in prison
- Provision of furniture, food or clothes parcels
- Community shops offering affordable goods
- Children’s holiday camps and holidays for families
- Soup runs & food banks
- Advice and support centres
- Many SVP groups offer a variety of social opportunities throughout the year
- We sometimes offer lifts to Mass, help with shopping and many other small acts of kindness that make a difference.
We will aim to help you if it is within the local membership's capability. We help those in need regardless of their faith, ethnicity, status or sexual orientation. We have strict safeguarding policies and procedures and all visiting members must hold a DBS certificate.