You can read case studies of some of our valued supporters below.
The Asda Foundation has awarded Royal Voluntary Service over £1.2m to support high impact projects which enable volunteers to provide practical support and companionship to older and vulnerable people at home and in the community.
The Ballinger Charitable Trust support our work in the North East of England, including funding the pilot of our Living Well With Dementia groups for people with mild to moderate dementia.
Funding from the Cornwall Freemasons is enabling Royal Voluntary Service to deliver a specially-designed programme of support in Cornwall, providing over 200 older people across the area with new opportunities to build social connections.
COVID-19 Support Fund
The COVID-19 Support Fund, established by the insurance and long terms saving industry, has provided three-year funding to enable us to significantly increase our work for people living with dementia and their carers.
The Lady Margaret Skiffington Trust funds Royal Voluntary Service to provide an accessible transport service for visually impaired people in East Fife. The service makes a huge difference to people who would otherwise struggle to get out and about.
We work with People’s Health Trust to deliver resident led activities which improve people’s health and wellbeing, in communities experiencing disadvantage because they are the most affected by health inequalities.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have been supporting Royal Voluntary Service since 2015 and have raised over £13m for our work. Funding benefits thousands of people every month through our front line services.
Shetland Charitable Trust
Our services on the Shetland Islands are tailored to meet the needs of island residents, with a focus on supporting older residents to maintain social connections.