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Guild Care is very grateful to Debbie and Mark Scott who raised a fantastic £1,897 for our dementia care services following a bumper collection at their annual Christmas Lights display in Windermere Crescent, Worthing. Their fantastic Christmas light display amazed visitors and they also offered letters to Santa, which were thoughtfully replied to. They are pictured below with the Deputy Mayor of Worthing and the Town Crier.   Read More
Congratulations to the hundreds of runners who took to the streets on Sunday 11th February 2018 for the Worthing Half Marathon which will help to raise funds towards Guild Care’s vital community services which support local people. The crowds and volunteers were also out in force to cheer on the runners along the 13.1mile course on what a cold but sunny February day. But it wasn’t just adult runners taking there was a  Read More
A donation of £765 by ASDA contributed to providing over 1,000 Christmas lunches served at Guild Care’s day centres during the festive season last year. Over the Christmas period, low cost subsidised festive lunches were served daily in both the Guild Care Centre, which supports older people and its Bradbury Wellbeing Centre for those living with Dementia in the community, who may have felt isolated during this time. Chri  Read More
Sussex Police as part of the Police Property Act Fund donated £497 to G.O.L.D, a service provided by Guild Care for older people with learning difficulties in the local community. The Police Property Act Fund supports local projects undertaken by charitable and voluntary organisations that solely benefit the communities of Sussex and is made up of monies received by the police from the sale of found and confiscated property by order  Read More
Guild Care is delighted to be supporting Dignity Action Day – a national initiative that brings staff and members of the public together to make a difference to those receiving care. Respecting the rights and dignity of an individual and providing personalised care is at the heart of everything that Guild Care stands for. Suzanne Millard, CEO of Guild Care, said: “Dignity Action Day gives us the opportunity to stress how  Read More
Trustees and members of Worthing Littlehampton District Scope (WLDS) have voted overwhelming in favour of joining forces with Guild Care. The vote took place on Monday 29th January at a WLDS Extraordinary General Meeting. Suzanne Millard, Guild Care CEO, said; “We are extremely pleased that WLDS members have agreed to this exciting opportunity which will now see the joining of our resources to make both charities much stronger toget  Read More
Over the Christmas period for the last three years, Mark and Debbie from Worthing put on a vibrant Christmas lights display at their home to raise money for charity and this year Guild Care was their chosen charity. Raising money for our dementia services in memory of Mark's Mum who sadly passed away just over 4 years ago from dementia related illnesses, the couple put on a spectacular display that had its official switch on with the May  Read More
Local businessmen, Peter Kennard of HD Tribe Ltd and Derek Steel of Jacobs Steel, hosted the 12th glamorous ‘Not the New Year’s Eve Ball’ on Saturday 6th January in aid of local charity Guild Care. Held at Worthing Golf Club, 120 people enjoyed welcome drinks, a three-course dinner, fundraising auction, casino and music from Murdoch’s Crazy Eyes. Peter said “This is the 12th year that we have held t  Read More
Arun and Adur CAMRA’s Worthing Beer Festival had Guild Care as its chosen charity and raised an amazing £1,085 for its Ashdown Centre service which supports children and young adults with disabilities and additional needs. The event, which was held on 20th and 21st October at Worthing Assembly Hall was a great success, hosting a wide selection of ale, cider and perry, food and cheeses and even, had a sing-a-long with the   Read More
The East Preston Bowls Club has raised an amazing £2,950 through various fundraising activities during the year including, raffles, social evenings and a charity horse racing event. Each year the Management Committee choose a charity to raise funds for during the coming year. This choice also takes into account any charity which members might like to support and in 2016-2017 their charity was Guild Care. A big thank you to the club  Read More

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