Charities in Nailsea

Charities and Volunteering

Giving back to Nailsea’s community.

Nailsea is the home of several local charities, many of which are run by volunteers and don’t receive funding from the government. Each charity ensures their chosen audience get the best possible treatment from the funds raised from the generosity and support of the people of Nailsea.

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Children’s home charity

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Bristol & Wales Cat Rescue

Cat rescue centre

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07790899550

75 High Street, Nailsea

We are an independent charity shop, every penny we raise goes directly to help the cats & kittens in our care.

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Healthwatch North Somerset

Health & social watchdog for North Somerset

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01275 851400

We’re the independent champion for people using health & social care services. We exist to ensure that people are at the heart of care. We listen to what people like about services & what could be improved & we share this with those with the power to make change happen

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Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary

Animal rescue centre

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07858050248

Wild Country Lane, Barrow Gurney, Bristol, BS48 3SE

Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary is a local independent charity that rescues and rehomes unwanted, abandoned and often mistreated cats and dogs. We receive no funding from the government or National Lottery and rely on the generosity and goodwill of our supporters to keep our kennel and cattery doors open.

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Mothers Union

Worldwide Christian organisation

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Nailsea Community Trust, Ltd.

Local well-being charity

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01275 853381

8 Helston Rd, Nailsea, North Somerset, BS48 2UA

Nailsea Community Trust’s purpose is to benefit the residents of Nailsea and its surrounding parishes with grants to improve quality of life and opportunities to achieve, alleviate the distress of hardship and poverty, encourage a sense of community and develop the physical, emotional and spiritual health of local residents.

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Nailsea Disability Initiative

Disability information and advice

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Nailsea & District Community Transport

Elderly and disabled transport services

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01275 855552

Unit 10 Coates Industrial Estate, Southfield Road, Nailsea BS48 1JN

We provide fully accessible transport for elderly or disabled residents of Nailsea and the surrounding area. Our service includes regular shopping trips and days out. We support people to remain independent, keep in touch with family and friends and enjoy a full social life.

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SARAID Community Resilience Team

Support for Emergency Services and Local Authorities

Nailsea, Fire Station, Pound Lane, Nailsea, BS48 2NN

The SARAID Community Resilience Team (CRT) is a trained group of volunteers drawn from all sections of our diverse community and operate in the Avon area. Our members have a wide range of backgrounds and skill sets but each team member shares a common purpose – to assist their wider community if called upon in times of need.
CRT liaise with and assist First Responders and team members are trained by all three of the main emergency services. Team members have a good understanding of command & control at incidents and what would be expected of them.

  • Deployments include:
  • Vulnerable Person Checks
  • Flood Response
  • Lowland Search and Rescue
  • River Patrols
  • Incident Warfare Centres
  • Fire Safety and Crime Prevention
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Young Lives Vs Cancer CLIC Sargent

Cancer support organisation

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01275 855033

12 Colliers Walk, Nailsea, BS48 1RG

Cancer is shocking, overwhelming, isolating… and completely unfair. Especially when you’re young. It takes over your life. Treatment is gruelling and your ambitions and dreams – education, relationships, career, travel – suddenly seem very far away.

We get that. That’s why CLIC Sargent fights tirelessly to stop cancer destroying young lives. We provide grants and free accommodation close to hospital to help with spiralling costs. Our care teams are on hand to help families with everything from getting benefits to treatment closer to home. And we lobby the government to make sure they get the support they’re entitled to. We’re here to make sure young cancer patients can focus on getting their lives back on track.

And we know everyone is different, so we work hard to make sure our support is given how each child and young person needs it most.

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