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Volunteer chat - June

One of our Community Garden volunteers shares her experience during the pandemic

Staff chat - Vanessa

​We caught up with our Welfare Manager to find out how her role has changed since lockdown

Staff chat - Shindy

We caught up with Shindy from our Wellbeing Support team to see how her role has changed since lockdown

Staff chat - Valbona

We catch up with Valbona, Wellbeing Coordinator in our Wellbeing Support team, to see how her role has changed since lockdown

Staff chat - Catherine

We caught up with Catherine, our Winter Warmth Engagement Officer, to find out how her role has changed since the start of lockdown

Volunteer chat - Dawn

How has Dawn, our Wimbledon Guild Community Garden Lead Volunteer, adjusted to life since lockdown?

Staff chat - Adele

We caught up with Adele, our Fundraising Events Coordinator, to find out how her role has changed since the start of lockdown

We're looking for volunteers to run our new 'Arts & Crafts' and 'All Things Music' online classes

If you're creative and engaging then we'd love to hear from you!

Black Lives Matter statement

We want to play a full part in supporting equality and diversity.

Our volunteer story - Capsticks

Capsticks tell us how they're supporting Wimbledon Guild customers during Covid-19.

My volunteer story - Jennifer

One of our Talking Therapies volunteers shares her story.

My Volunteer Story - Toby

One of our volunteers shares how and why he became a befriender.

My volunteer story - Valerie

From Wimbledon Guild volunteer, to befriendee - Valerie shares her volunteer story.

My volunteer story - Cora

One of our Talking Therapies volunteers shares her story.

My volunteer story - Salma

To celebrate Volunteers' Week one of our volunteer befrienders shares her story

Staff chat - Sally

Our Grief Support Manager shares how her work has changed since lockdown

Staff chat - Claire

How has our Individual Counselling Manager's work changed since lockdown?

Staff chat - Darren

We caught up with our HomeFood Café Manager Darren to see how his work has changed since lockdown

Staff chat - Rachael

How has our Community Engagement Coordinator's work changed since lockdown?

Be kind to yourself

Our dramatherapist Vaughan show you a box of objects he’s created that prompt him to do kind things for himself.

Waggy Walk 2019 - a great success!

A great day of dogs and fundraising!

Carers Strategy 2019

Do you provide care for a family member or friend?

Tackling the loneliness epidemic amongst men in the borough of Merton

Wimbledon Guild launches its ‘first-ever’ advertising campaign

Be-Friendly Tea Party

A great day was had by all when volunteers from M&S Colliers Wood came down and put on a delicious spread!

Volunteers win Bronze Award

A great night at the Merton Partnership Volunteer Awards

New Wimbledon Guild Website

After a long time in the making, we have a brand new website.

Bridge Afternoon raises over £2,000

Our Bridge Afternoon on the 1st of April at Wimbledon Park Golf Club was a stunning success!

Wimbledon Guild links up with King's College School Lodge

The Freemasons’ lodge, an accredited activity of King’s College School’s Old King’s Club, has chosen Wimbledon Guild to be one of their non-masonic charities.

Wimbledon Guild Supports Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 is about stress. Read more about the symptoms of stress and top tips to alleviate it from our Head of Talking Therapies, Georgina Hoare.

Donate to our Winter Fuel Appeal and help those less fortunate

Our annual winter fuel appeal gives more fortunate members of the community the opportunity to donate their payment to those who may be struggling

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.