Today

An ambitious project to build the first purpose built care home for people with dementia was realised when Haviland House opened in 2015.Read more

2000s

The 2000s saw our care services in huge demand, we commenced our dementia care service and opened a number of charity shops.Read more

1990s

During the recession we launched new services including the Ashdown Centre for children with disabilities and our home care service.Read more

1980s

Expansion of our day centres, and new Caer Gwent care home.Read more

1970s

A major appeal launched for a new HQ and Irene House opens. Time for another name change to Worthing Area Guild for Voluntary Service.Read more

1960s

We launched our community transport service and opened Ashmount Residential Home, Dolphin Court and Frazer Lodge.Read more

1950s

The first Methold house opened by TV personalities in 1958.Read more

1940s

Opened our first residential care home and a Darby and Joan Club - one of the country's first day centres for older people.Read more

1930s

Guild Care, then known as Worthing Council of Social Service was set up by a group of dedicated volunteers in 1933.Read more