Our at-home care community in Devon


Our Teignbridge Branch hosted a MacMillan Coffee Morning.


A humongous thankyou to everyone who donated and joined us for some cake,
coffee and laughter!

We hope all our clients enjoyed their delivered “goodie box” and thank you for sharing your smiles with us whilst raising money for a great cause.

This weekend Jo participated in Relay for Life in Plymouth.
It is a 24 hour event that raises funds all year round for Cancer Research UK.

 Jo is a cancer survivor and celebrated 25 years
this year since her diagnosis!

Taking it in turns, in teams, to relay throughout 24 hours to show cancer that we will beat it!
Cancer doesn’t sleep so nor do we in fighting it.
The event is held every year to celebrate our survivors, celebrate the progress made in the research through the funds that have been raised to fight this disease that affects so many and also to remember those that have lost their lives to cancer – Jo’s husband being one of them!
So far this year, the event has raised £26,754.56 with more donations coming in until the end of September when it starts all over again.

Please get in contact with us if you would like more information or to participate in Relay for Life next year.


Friends Helping at Home Communities has been set up to support activities or events that support wellbeing in our communities.

Neil is the first beneficiary of our
Friends Helping at Home Communities fund.

Neil was desperate to attend the celebrations in Plymouth. As a Falklands veteran, he especially wanted to mark the 40th Anniversary of the end of the Falklands Conflicts. Through the fund, we were able to pay for someone to support Neil in attending the celebrations. Friends Helping at Home Communities has been set up to support activities or events that support wellbeing in our communities.


Friends Helping At Home, putting Care at the Heart of everything we do.

The winning cake and baker of Red Nose Bake
Off, winner chosen by votes via our Facebook Page.

Our Teignbridge Branch created a Bake Off in aid of raising money for Red Nose Day. Branches and Service Providers got involved, raising money and voting for which cake they believe should be the winner. A was the winner and you can see by the smile on her face that she is chuffed with the process, outcome and money raised by her amazing work!


Our ethos is to always go above and beyond in everything that we do.

Exeter Branch Manager Steph arranging the Friends’ Team for a 1000 mile challenge to fund raise for Devon Food Banks, July 2020


We look for experience, competence and qualities that support our ethos and way of working.

As an organisation, we encourage and support local charities and initiatives that improve people’s lives.

During the Covid-19 lockdown our branch manager’s created an art competition in their branches for school children to design a birthday card that the branch can use to send to customers.

Karen Breyley with the Vicar of St Martin’s Torquay.

We post details of community events and activities that our branches are involved with and can be found on our dedicated Blog.

Karen and her team support regular Community Coffee mornings, fetes and events at St Martin’s, Ageing Well Torbay, Torbay Community Trust Community events.

The Lord Mayor of Plymouth and Consort with Andrew Richardson at the Inspiring Volunteer Awards, Improving Lives Plymouth, June 2018


Working with and supported by Working for Good Communities CIC.