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Without the businesses and organisations who support our work we wouldn’t be able to continue helping people and charities in Uckfield and the surrounding area.

We are enormously grateful to all these organisations.

When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.

Maya Angelou

Organisations who fund our work

We receive essential grants and funding from these organisations.

Our Business Sponsors

We are indebted to our local Business Sponsors who support us on a regular basis. Find out how your company could become a Business Sponsor.

  • Copper Beech (BUPA care home)
    Dedicated to caring for residents living with both Parkinson’s and Huntington’s as well as dementia. We also offer standard residential and nursing care with short stay options.
  • Cranwell Wealth Solutions Limited
    Comprehensive financial planning and wealth management services, helping individuals and businesses to achieve their financial goals, irrespective of their resources or life stage.
  • Home Instead senior care
    At the forefront of specialised home care for the elderly and supporting those being cared for and their families for many years.
  • Sussex Support Service
    Run the Victoria Pavilion providing a safe and comfortable community space for a variety of activities and support for people living in East Sussex. Promoting choice, independence and well being.
  • Uckfield Yoga Studio
    Friendly independent yoga studio, committed to being a wellbeing hub for our local community with daily in person classes available.
  • Tom Crellin Consultant
    Providing experienced, professional consultancy in Information Security, Cyber Security, Business Continuity and Resilience or Peace of Mind Planning.

Our Charity Members

Our Charity Members are a huge part of the Uckfield Volunteer Centre. If you’d like to become one, please take a look at our membership options.

  • ACRES
    Adult Learning, Adult College for Rural East Sussex.
  • Abbeyfield Crowborough Society
    Supported Housing; Making time for older people.
  • Age Concern (Uckfield)
    Charity shop and Volunteer drivers to take the over 55’s to hospital and gp appointments.
  • Age UK East Sussex
    The main countywide charity supporting older people in East Sussex.
  • Artytime
    A Community Interest Company limited by guarantee whose overall mission is to bring Arts and Crafts to all ages and abilities. They set up creative workshops and sessions as well as training people to deliver them.
  • Brighter Uckfield
    A growing band of volunteers dedicated to improving the look and feel of our town.
  • Buxted Players
    Sussex Drama group.
  • Care for the Carers
    Supporting carers in East Sussex.
  • Chailey Heritage Foundation
    Provides education and care services and is one of the UK’s leading centres for children and young people with complex neurodisabilities.
  • Chestnut Tree House
    Children’s hospice.
  • Chiddingly Village Shop and Café
    Community shop and café with free wifi.
  • Ditch the Slippers
    A community group in North Wealden which encourages older people to socialise in a well-supported and safe environment.
  • East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre
    East Sussex Hearing is a small independent charity based in Eastbourne. We have been serving the deaf, deafened, deafblind and hard of hearing community  throughout East Sussex for over 20 years.
  • ENGage
    Engage provides weekly companionship, support and activities for older and disabled people and for people of all ages with dementia.
  • Family Support Work
    We support children and families through difficult times in their lives including low income and poverty; mental or physical ill health; disability; learning difficulties; school non-attendance and exclusion; bereavement; family break-up and domestic abuse.
  • Holy Cross Church
    We are a church made up of people from different backgrounds, different church types but all are welcome here.
  • Kings Church Uckfield
    King’s Church Uckfield is an active Christian community dedicated to worshipping and serving Jesus. We want King’s Church Uckfield to be a church for everyone, and we have people of many different ages, nationalities and backgrounds.
  • Luxford Centre
    The Luxford Centre runs activities, outings and event centre for those aged 55+ in Uckfield.
  • Manor Park & Hempstead Fields Residents Association
    Manor Park & Hempstead Fields Residents Association aims to provide a voice, and represent the views of, the people that live in Manor Park and Hempstead Fields.
  • Maresfield Lawn Tennis Club
    MLTC has 5 Macadam courts available for hire and runs a Tennis club.
  • Ridgewood Village Hall
    RVH manages the village hall and runs a number of clubs including a Baby & Toddler group and lunchtime clubs
  • SCDA
    Established in 1997, SCDA works across Sussex, running community-based projects aimed at addressing the needs of those most vulnerable in the community.
  • Southdown Housing
    Providing specialist housing, care and support in Sussex since 1972.
  • St Barnabas Hospice
    Palliative care to adults with life-limiting illnesses, both at the hospice and at home.
  • St Vincent De Paul Society
    The St Vincent de Paul Society (England & Wales) is part of an international Christian voluntary network dedicated to tackling poverty in all its forms by providing practical assistance to people in need.
  • St Wilfrid’s Hospice
    Caring for and supporting those in our community who are in the last phase of their lives.
  • The Royal British Legion
    We help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. We support serving and ex-serving personnel all year round and run the poppy appeal.
  • Uckfield Choral Society
  • Uckfield & District Preservation Society
    Uckfield & District Preservation Society run Bridge Cottage in Uckfield High Street, Nutley Windmill, and a charity shop in the Hight St. Venues host a variety of events and available for private hire.
  • Uckfield and District Lions
    We take action to make a difference, in our backyards and around the world, organising events and raising money for other charities.
  • Uckfield Bonfire and Carnival Society
    Uckfield Bonfire and Carnival Society runs the annual fundraising Carnival in Uckfield, raising money for local charities.
  • Uckfield FM
    Our local radio station, providing Music and News to Uckfield.
  • Uckfield Foodbank
    We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
  • Uckfield Housebound & Friendship Club
    Run by the Uckfield and District Lions, the club provides friendship and time away from home for those who are housebound.
  • Uckfield Millennium Green Trust
    Situated to the south of Uckfield in East Sussex, the Green provides a “Breathing Space” in an otherwise developing area.
  • Uckfield Multiple Sclerosis
    Provides support for MS sufferers and their loved ones.
  • Uckfield Phab
    Inspires and supports children and adults who are disabled and nondisabled to make more of life together.
  • Uckfield Rotary Club
    Rotary is where neighbours, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change.
  • Uckfield Singers
    We are a large 4-part harmony choir of mixed ability singers aged from 18+.
  • Uckfield Theatre Guild
    Fantastic opportunities to be a part of amateur musical theatre productions, whether it be on the stage or off of it.
  • Uckfield U3A
    Offering learning, leisure and social activities for retired and semiretired people of Uckfield and the surrounding areas.
  • Wealden Citizens Advice
    Wealden Citizens Advice provides free, confidential, independent and impartial advice and campaign on big issues affecting people’s lives.
  • Wealden Senior Citizens Partnership
    The Wealden Senior Citizens Partnership promotes the interests and welfare of senior citizens in Wealden.