The cost of travel adds up.
Why not donate your commuter cash to a worthy local cause?
The money you’d usually spend on your morning caffeine boost, petrol money and after-work snacks can really add up.
Simply click the charity you would like to support and follow the instructions to donate online.
Age UK Exeter
We are an independent charity with our own locally elected board of trustees. We provide support and opportunities to over a thousand older people in and around Exeter each week through the skills and commitment of our fantastic staff and 320 volunteers.
Our services range from social and activity groups and advice and benefit checks to help in the home, day services and supporting individuals and carers living with dementia. We have been serving the local community for over 30 years.
CEDA is an Exeter based charity working with disabled adults and children.
CEDA was established in 1988 by parents who wanted purposeful and fun activities for their disabled children. This ethos is at the heart of everything they do and each person has their own development plan and is supported to achieve their own personal goals. CEDA has a ‘can do’ approach founded on the belief that barriers are obstacles to be overcome and that, by working creatively together, we can make what seems impossible become possible.
ELF (Exeter Leukaemia Fund)
Exeter Leukaemia Fund (Elf)’s vision is that every family affected by blood cancers and blood disorders across the South West receives compassionate, tailored support.
Every week, 600 patients are treated in the Yarty Ward at the RD&E. Elf is there to support them and their families both in the hospital and in the local community. Elf’s vision is that every family affected by blood cancers and blood disorders across the South West receives compassionate, tailored support.
Exeter CITY Community Trust
Exeter CITY Community Trust are Exeter’s leading health and wellbeing charity. We deliver inspiring physical activity, education, health and wellbeing programmes and courses across Exeter and Devon.
All of our programmes and events have been postponed or cancelled as a result of Government advice. We have repurposed several members of staff to support elderly and vulnerable members of the community including picking up shopping, collecting prescriptions, and checking in via telephone.
We are Exeter’s charity for people who are homeless.
Our charity for people who are homeless operates from a resource Centre in Cathedral yard. We support people principally through a range of survival and housing services. Currently, during the pandemic, we are adapting our practice to deliver vital services such as hot food, clothing and other advice to rough-sleepers and other clients who have been accommodated throughout the City of Exeter and the surrounding area. We also are providing additional welfare support at this time. We regularly update our website to enable clients to access information they require.
At YMCA Exeter, our mission is to empower young people (5 to 30) to reach their full potential and experience fullness of life in body, mind and spirit.
Inspired by our Christian values, we develop services that involve and benefit vulnerable young people and their local communities.
Young people need us more than ever yet to protect them, particularly those with underlying health conditions, services have largely moved online. Specifically we are also providing food parcels and collecting presciptions for residents who are self-isolating and others who have lost employment.
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