The Bournemouth Samaritans Directory lists the contact details of local charities in the area as well as useful phone numbers for councils, which is useful for setting up events and fun runs to help raise money for a worthwhile cause.
Our list of charities in Bournemouth
Call the Bournemouth branch of Age UK on their store-specific telephone number if you would like to confirm what you are able to donate before visiting the charity shop.
Our website details the contact numbers for Barnado’s, whether you would like to enquire about their charity shops, or change the terms of your monthly donations.
Contact the Bournemouth District Samaritans for free to get confidential mental health support and advice on settling your financial debts.
Phone the Bournemouth Hospital Charity to make a telephone donation, to contact their shop and to volunteer to help a fundraising project.
Give the Bournemouth Parks Foundation a call to make a telephone donation, to contact their volunteer support team and for updates on their upcoming restoration projects.
Call the Amelia-Grace Rainbow Fund contact number to ask how to donate to the Bournemouth charity or to participate in a fundraiser in support of their work with sick children.
The Bournemouth branch of Cats Protection contact number is useful for enquiries relating to the charity’s work, their donation-led shop and cat adoptions.
Contact Dorset Reclaim by calling their Bournemouth store’s telephone number to discuss how to donate a piece of furniture to the charity.
You may wish to phone the International Care Network in Bournemouth on their general enquiries contact number for information about their drop in centre or English language classes.
You should phone the RSPCA New Forest clinic if you would like to take your pet in for free veterinary care provided the charity.
Call The John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation on their general enquiries contact number to make an over-the-phone donation to support their Bournemouth scholarship programme.
You can get in touch with the Youth Cancer Trust by calling the contact number of their office in Bournemouth’s Tracy Ann House to discuss how to sign a child up to the free holiday scheme.
Helpful council contacts
Phone Bournemouth Borough Council for support when setting up a charity event, for local social services and for housing enquiries.