Get Involved

How you can support Bridgemead

From giving your time as a volunteer to organising a fundraising event, from supporting the charity with an online donation to remembering us in your Will, there are a variety of ways to help Bridgemead.

With your support, we can continue to offer the special level of care that enables us to provide a safe and comfortable environment in which our residents enjoy a positive, independent and fulfilling quality of life.

Why support us

We believe that older people should never experience loneliness and isolation, and should have every opportunity to live their lives in dignity and with respect.

The medical, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of older people are right at the top of our list of priorities, and we work hard to ensure that all our residents are valued members of the community.

In order to do this effectively, we rely on the help and support of people like you. It’s people just like you who generously give their time and money, share their skills, and offer practical and emotional support to our residents, enabling us to do more for older people.

Together, we can improve the lives of older people in Bath. Here’s how you can get involved:

Volunteer with us

There are all many ways in which people can volunteer with Bridgemead. We welcome people from all backgrounds, whatever time they have to give, and we value the skills and experience that volunteers bring to our charity. When you volunteer with Bridgemead, you know that you’re making an immediate difference to the life of an older person.. Find out more…

How do I donate?

Donate online, with a cheque in the post, by leaving a legacy or by donating in memory to commemorate the life of a loved one.  Read more…

How to fundraise

From regular arts and crafts afternoons to gentle keep fit classes, from our music sessions to the ever popular Gardening Club, our residents enjoy a fun and full calendar.

Find out how you can fundraise to support these activities from organising an event, taking a challenge, helping with a collection, or forming a corporate partnership with us. Find out more…

Become a friend

In 1999, some of those who’d helped to establish Bridgemead formed a group: Friends of Bridgemead. Find out what they do and how to join.

Tell your friends about us

We all know that action and engagement is strongest with a word of mouth recommendation. Please tell your friends, family and community about the work we do so that more people are inspired to support us with volunteering and fundraising.

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