Local partners who can help

Some of our local partners tell us about their organisations and how they can help you.

Age UK Bexley

Alison from Age UK Bexley talks about the services they offer local people, including social activities, signposting and daycare. For further information call on 020 8300 0883 or email gateway@ageukbexley.org.uk.

Find out more about Age UK Bexley

Bexley Deaf Centre

Tanya talks about how the Bexley Deaf Centre support the 24,000 people in the borough with hearing impairment. Find out how they could support you or how you could volunteer on their befriending scheme by calling on 01322 351122 or email info@bexleydeafcentre.co.uk.

Find out more about Bexley Deaf Centre

Bexley Foodbank

Gill from Bexley Foodbank explains their role in the community. Find out more about the foodbank by calling on 0808 208 2138 or 07385 921627.

Find out more about Bexley Foodbank

Bexley Voluntary Service Council (BVSC)

Jattinder can connect you to local support groups and organisations. Find out more about how the BVSC can connect you by calling on 01322 524682.

Find out more about the BVSC

Carers Support Bexley

Vicki talks about the support, activities and guidance that Carer's Support Bexley can offer local people. For further information call on 020 8302 8011 or email info@carerssupport.org.

Find out more about Carers Support Bexley

Crossroads Care South East

Darren from Crossroads Care South East London talks about the work of the organisation and how they can help support local carers. For further information cal on 01322 336086 or email info@ccsel.org.

Find out more about Crossroads Care South East

Thamesmead Community Benefit Society

Kim and Chris from the Thamesmead Community Benefit Society talk a bit about what they do. They currently need more Members - but not volunteers. 

Find out more about the Society

Connected Bexley

Connected Bexley is an online information, advice and guidance hub which links people in Bexley quickly and easily to the local support that you need.

It is run by Bexley Voluntary Service Council (BVSC) working alongside the voluntary sector, local charities and public sector partners.

Connected Bexley is for everyone to use and our goal is to make sure that this is where Bexley residents can find the services they need, helping our communities to remain happy, healthy and connected.

Find out more about Connected Bexley