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Guild Care is awarded £440K National Lottery Grant for vital lifeline services Leading Worthing charity Guild Care has been awarded a massive £440,000 of National Lottery funding from the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK. The funding will re-develop part of the charity’s headquarters to deliver new vital community lifeline services which will reduce loneliness and social isolation   Read More
Guild Care’s 27th Annual Golf Challenge once again took place on Friday 15th June at Worthing Golf Club and saw the winning team, Burnand Brazier Malcolm Wilson take home the highly coveted trophy. This year’s golf challenge saw 15 teams of three come together to raise money for Guild Care’s community support services. By supporting this event, these teams helped provide a stable future of support and care fo  Read More
On Friday 18th May, we had a team of four people from the Insight Customer Services Team at Adur and Worthing Council come to help us paint two summer houses in the garden at Haviland House. Amber, Mandy, Gail and Davinia worked really hard, which means we are well on the way to recreating our very own ice-cream kiosk and country ranch style for family members to enjoy. They were joined throughout the day by several staff and family members w  Read More
Guild Care’s day centre hosted its very own Royal Wedding Party last Friday and a royal affair it was. Service users were treated to a day fit for the Queen as the centre dressed in union jack bunting, threw a fun-filled party that had everyone singing, dancing and most of all smiling. Having been told to dig down in the back of your wardrobe for your finest outfits, people did not disappoint and came in their best dress, fasc  Read More
We would like to thank everyone who came and participated in Scope's fundraising quiz on Friday 27th April, the quiz was a huge success with 17 teams. Also a big thank you to Karen Stanley and staff from the labels division of Multi Packaging Solutions who attended the quiz at Queen Street. It is always lovely to welcome new support from local businesses and their raffle donations of wine and spirits was very much appreciated. Scope look  Read More
Guild Care day centre user, Cyril Dawes has raised over £1,000 for the centre and The Alzheimer’s Society. Cyril, 83, has raised the funds from holding his own sale at the Guild Care and Lovett Centre with items such as umbrellas, t-shirts and walking sticks bought out of his own pocket selling them to fellow service users and donating the profits to charity and the club where he lives. Sadly Cyril lost his wife Barbar  Read More
Two local doctors have run Brighton marathon and raised almost £1000 for Guild Care. Dr Theo Muth and Dr Juli McCulloch, who both work at Worthing hospital, have currently raised £980 and are just shy of their target of £1000 that they hope to reach next week. The couple had both seen the great help Guild Care provide in allowing people to return home safely and the ongoing support for those who need it. For Theo,  Read More
Thanks to the dozens of cyclists who took part in Guild Care's annual Pedal on the Prom on Sunday 15th April. There were people of all ages, and families too, with 10-month old Erin the youngest participant! Thankfully the rain stayed away and everyone was able to enjoy the 5k and 10km course along the scenic Worthing promenade. Money raised with go towards the running of Guild Care's vital community services such as its dementia   Read More
Guild Care is proud to open its doors in support of National Care Home Open Day on Saturday April 21st - the Queen’s 92nd birthday! This UK wide initiative encourages care homes to welcome in local people to connect with its residents and staff and stresses the importance of working together and developing relationships across generations. Two of Guild Care’s care homes in Worthing, Caer Gwent and Linfield House, will be  Read More
Thanks to Cally, Sophia, Andy, Denise and Jacqui from Adur and Worthing Council Community team who took time out today from their busy schedules to volunteer at Dolphin Court - Guild Care’s sheltered home complex. They spent the morning painting the inside of Dolphin Court's garden shed so it can be used as a summer house by the residents. Jacqui said: “Volunteering is great because it’s nice to feel we are giving   Read More

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