Charity Services

Oxfordshire boasts a number of charity organisations that are actively involved in helping and supporting local people to live happier and healthier lives.

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Mind

Oxfordshire Mind are a mental health charity who want to make sure that anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support. Read more here...

Restore

Restore support people with mental health issues in Oxfordshire to recover and get work. They provide a range of mental health support services including coaching, recovery groups and training. Read more here...

Footsteps

Footsteps Foundation is a registered charity supporting families who would otherwise struggle to access the Footsteps Centre's physiotherapy programme. They aim to improve the quality of life for disabled children, enabling them to reach their full physical, cognitive and developmental potential whilst gaining more confidence and independence. Read more here...

Age UK Oxfordshire

Age UK Oxfordshire is an independent charity working across the county to improve the quality of life for older people and carers. They offer a wide range of services including a telephone helpline, social clubs and activities, dementia services and more. Read more here...

Sobell House Hospice

Sir Michael Sobell House provides specialist palliative care (hospice care) for adults with advanced, progressive illnesses across Oxfordshire. They offer physical, psychological, social, and spiritual support to those with life-limiting illness who face the end of life. We aim to enhance the quality of life of patients and their families, respecting their dignity and their uniqueness. Read more here...

Katharine House Hospice

Katharine House Hospice offers specialist palliative care in a range of settings to suit the current needs of the individual. The focus is on holistic care aimed at enabling patients to live as fully as possible while having their needs attended to. They do all they can to support patients to remain in their own homes where this is possible or requested. Read more here...

Helen & Douglas House Hospice

Helen & Douglas House cares for terminally ill children, young adults and their families through exceptional hospice care. They provide medical, emotional and practical support, helping families deal with the implications of living with a child who will die prematurely, so they can make the most of their time together. Read more here...

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House Charities provides free 'home away from home' accommodation to families while their child is in hospital. Read more here...

British Red Cross

The British Red Cross provide short-term loans of mobility aids to people in need, including wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames. You can either collect equipment or, in some cases, have it delivered for a small fee. They also stock new and reconditioned items for sale. Read more here...

Help For Heroes

Help For Heroes give practical, direct support to thousands of men and women who have been wounded, injured or become sick as a result of serving our country. Read more here...

Child Brain Injury Trust

The Trust is the charity that supports children, young people, their families and professionals and helps them come to terms with what has happened and how to deal with the uncertainty that the future may hold. Read more here...

SeeSaw

Help for children and their families both before and after a major bereavement, helping them to move forward and to face the future with hope. Read more here...

The Archway Foundation

Through a variety of carefully organised activities, this charity supports and befriends those experiencing loneliness and isolation. Read more here...

The Gatehouse

An Oxford-based charity providing food, shelter and company to Oxford's homeless and poorly housed population. Read more here...

Orchid

Orchid is the UK's leading charity working on behalf of anyone affected by or wanting to know more about male cancer - prostate, testicular and penile cancer. Read more here...