Following the latest government advice around the Coronavirus, we have had to make some temporary changes to how we operate. Please see our Coronavirus response page for full details.
We were founded in 1907 and our vision has remained the same since the beginning: we want people in Merton to lead happy and fulfilled lives.
As the needs of our local community change, we will be ready to meet new and emerging needs. Our services aim to:
Reduce social isolation and loneliness
Help people who are experiencing difficulties
Enable older people to be active and healthy
Last year Wimbledon Guild worked with over 2,000 individuals from across the borough.
We provide free independent and professional advice services from an experienced team.
We aim to make our Talking Therapies services affordable and subsidise them, charging a sliding scale of charitable rates.
Families are key clients for our Small Grants Programme.
The over 50s can be as active as they wish with our clubs and classes programme and our Home Food Cafe welcomes diners each weekday.
Our befrienders make regular visits to local people who are virtually housebound.
Our premises are used by 27 groups and over 270 volunteers currently take part in our volunteering programme.
Our Impact Reports for the last two years are available below:
We need your help...
Socially isolated people across Merton are depending on us for immediate and practical support with food deliveries, telephone befriending and much more. In what is a difficult time for everyone, help us support vulnerable people who are likely to feel the impact most.