Charities & Third Sector
Cirencester has a large number of local charities which are listed below. If you would like to have a free entry on our website, please contact us.
Daniel George Bingham (pictured), a former townsman, built and endowed the former Bingham Library and the Bingham Hall in King Street for the benefit of residents of the town and the surrounding district. They were opened in 1905 and 1908 respectively and both are overseen by Trusts. Read more...
Free, confidential and impartial advice for residents of Cotswold District, helping with benefits, debt, employment, family, housing, consumer, and other problems. Read more...
What is counselling? Counselling provides adults and children with the opportunity to talk in confidence to someone who is trained to listen, to help make sense of difficult feelings, and to enable the client to find the strength to help themselves. With a counsellor, the client will work in a private and confidential setting where they will be able to talk freely and openly about feelings that Read more...
Do you need help with transport? We are a charity with almost 40 years’ experience in the field, operating accessible door-to-door community transport to all destination for groups and individuals using a combination of minibuses and volunteer cars across the county. We also operate community bus routes, home to school transport, patient transport, transport for day centres, libraries, excursions, care homes, youth groups, vehicle loan and more! Our vehicles are maintained to the highest of standards and our experienced, professional, highly trained drivers deliver exemplary customer service – therefore delivering the ‘added value’ which community transport is known for.
For more information call 0345 680 5029, email email@example.com or visit our website www.communityconnexions.org.uk
Amnesty International is a worldwide voluntary movement of people who campaign for human rights. We are independent of any government, political ideology, economic interest or religion. Our vision is of a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. Read more...
The Trust are working towards delivering our key vision: By 2017, Cirencester will be one of the best market towns in the UK. In order to achieve this, our strategic aim is:“To facilitate the economic and community life of the people of Cirencester and the surrounding area, particularly those at a disadvantage.” Read more...
Scope - Cirencester
At Scope, volunteers are helping to drive change across society so that disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Without their time, effort and unfaltering commitment to our cause we simply could not deliver our vision of a fairer society.
Scope Cirencester is looking for volunteers to join its friendly team. By volunteering with us, you will be making a difference to the lives of the UK's 11 million disabled people. You can also develop your skills, learn new ones, gain valuable experience for your CV and meet new people.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please do get in touch, either by calling, emailing or visiting our shop. We would also like to take this opportunity to say a big thank-you to all our current volunteers. We couldn’t do it without you.
Telephone: 01285 885 291
Address: Scope Cirencester, 24A Dyer St, Cirencester GL7 2PP
We believe life is better when everyone can read well and express themselves with confidence.
Beanstalk recruits, trains and supports volunteers to provide consistent, one-to-one literacy support to primary school children who need our help. Our trained reading helpers transform the lives of the children they support, turning them into confident, passionate and able readers.
We are currently looking for reading helpers in the Cirencester area. To find out more and apply, please visit www.beanstalkcharity.org.uk