You can read case studies of some of our valued supporters below.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have been supporting Royal Voluntary Service since 2015 and have raised over £10m for our work across Great Britain.
The Asda Foundation has awarded Royal Voluntary Service over £1.2m to support projects which enable volunteers to provide practical support and companionship to older people at home and in the community.
Ballinger Charitable Trust has awarded Royal Voluntary Service a grant to pilot an innovative new approach for people living with mild to moderate memory loss and their carers.
People in Cornwall will be helped to become more connected to their communities, thanks to a grant from the Cornwall Freemasons.
The Garfield Weston Foundation has awarded Royal Voluntary Service funding to support Good Neighbours and Social Centres in Northumberland.
Julia and Hans Rausing are supporting Royal Voluntary Service’s emergency response to COVID-19 to mobilise volunteers to support their communities throughout the crisis and beyond.
Since 2008, the Lady Margaret Skiffington Trust has supported Royal Voluntary Service to provide an accessible transport service for visually impaired people in East Fife.
People’s Health Trust has awarded grants totalling over £3m since 2011. This funding has supported local services across England, Scotland and Wales, making a positive difference to the lives of older people.
The Sir James Knott Trust based in Newcastle has awarded Royal Voluntary Service a grant of £4,000 towards Social Centres in Northumberland.
A grant of £20,000 has been awarded to Royal Voluntary Service to enable us to provide support to our volunteers during the COVID-19 crisis.