Our Communicare service has been suspended during the coronavirus pandemic.
We are so sorry that we have been unable to offer our normal service of providing transport to your medical appointments. We have considered very carefully when we should resume our activities in a way that is safe for you and our volunteers, many of whom are aged over 70 years. The disappointing conclusion we have reached is that with the current prevalence of the virus, we do not feel confident that we can re-start until the spring 2021. We will update this page nearer the time with the exact date of our resumption and the measures we will need to observe to keep you and our volunteers safe.
If you are registered with us and there is a change in your details that we need to be aware of, you can send an email to email@example.com .
Hampshire Coronavirus Support and Helpline can be contacted on 0333 370 4000 .
Your health, and that of our volunteers, is at the centre of all our considerations and we look forward to offering you assistance again as soon as possible.
With our best wishes, The Communicare Trustees
If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering with us please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a charity formed in 1981 and through our volunteers we offer transport for residents in Fleet, Church Crookham and Crookham Village to take them to a range of medical appointments.
We have a wonderful team who enjoy the flexibility of volunteering with us to help members of our local community.
Volunteer drivers choose when, where and how often they drive for us.
Volunteer duty officers work from home on a rota and mostly do one duty a month.
We would like to hear from you if you can spare a few hours to help our clients.
To register for help with transport to your appointment
or to learn more about our volunteering opportunities,
please call our duty officer of the day on 01252 613121 between 10a.m. and 1p.m. Monday to Friday
Fleet & District Voluntary Care Scheme Registered Charity number 283495
We are one of more than 110 similar groups in Hampshire who are supported by the Good Neighbours Network https://www.goodneighbours.org.uk/ which is funded by the Diocese of Portsmouth, Winchester and Guildford, Hampshire County Council and Hampshire's NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups.