Last year we helped over 5,000 local people to access the help they needed, dealing with over 12,500 issues which cover a broad spectrum of advice needs. The vast majority of this help was provided by our 70-strong team of dedicated volunteer advisers and assessors, without whom we could not run the service. We are regulated by Citizens Advice nationally, which ensures the quality of advice and the service we provide to the East Devon community.
If your charity or organisation have clients who could benefit from our services then you can become a Referral Partner. To apply complete our form below.
To apply to become a Partner Organisation please complete our Partner Referral Form
We are incredibly grateful to partner with some wonderful organisations.
Scroll along to see details on all our partners and how we work together.
Seachange is a community support charity who run programmes & events but also provide support for anyone who needs it.
We have partnered with SeaChange as we have a common goal, to help our community. They will also be hosting one of our video booths.
Open Door Exmouth has been working for our community for over 25 years. They are a Christian charity seeking to make a positive difference to those most in need.
Open Door Exmouth refer clients to us that need our help.
Devon Partnership Trust provide a range of specialist mental health and learning disability services.
Clients are referred to us should they need our assistance.
Exmouth Friends In Need offer support to local families by providing food, essential household items, help towards paying the fuel bills and assistance in providing white goods.
We work together to ensure we provide as much help as possible.
The Women’s Centre Cornwall is run by women, for women. They empower and enable all women and girls to become stronger and more independent.
SSAFA are the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity. They have trained welfare advisors and volunteers to find out what their clients need.
Sanctuary Supported Living specialise in housing and support for young people, homeless families and individuals, people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities and people with mental health needs. They also run domestic abuse services and support services for older people.
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Volunteer with us
Our volunteers are at the heart of all we do.
Volunteering for us is really rewarding as you make a real difference to those who are in need across our community. We are a small, diverse friendly team of like-minded individuals from all backgrounds who like helping and who enjoy being together.
We’re regularly looking for all sorts of different people for all sorts of roles. Training is provided and it’s a great way to develop your skills. Join us and make a difference for your community!
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please get in touch.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details of our volunteering opportunities.