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WELCOME ALL!

Thank you for showing an interest in 'Guardian; Here for you! CIC' (also known as 'Guardian'), which is a registered non-profit for interests of local communities, established in June 2021, to help vulnerable persons living in London that desperately need comfort and financial aid during times or hardship and emergency. Focusing on; 

- The elderly,

- Those with 'certain' chronic illness/disability/disease,

- Vulnerable younger persons (16-24),

- Vulnerable gay men in the LGBT+ community.

  

'Guardian' is here to support the above by delivering financial support and other alike services throughout the year (especially during winter months), which in turn will also benefit communities by easing burdens on resources, by;

- Helping to relieve poverty.

- Improving the welfare of the vulnerable.

- Improving youth development.

- Creating more awareness of such vulnerable groups.

- Bringing happiness, relief, and peace to those who need it during times of loneliness, despair and worry (times when it may seem that there is nowhere else to turn).

- By offering support for local community projects that support the same.

Devoted to bringing safety and joy to as many persons as possible, ‘Guardian’ will make a huge difference to the lives of the vulnerable and live up to its motto ‘Here for you' in every way!

DONATE TODAY, by clicking here, to help 'Guardian' meet it's objectives in helping the vulnerable (alternatively you can click on the 'get involved' page and scroll to the bottom for other methods). Financial donations are needed and vital to the sustainability of 'Guardian' - without, support could not be offered.

TO 'APPLY FOR SUPPORT' Click here, or on the tab in menu, to request a quick and easy email application.

TO 'BECOME A REGULAR SPONSOR' (with business incentives) Click here!

Check out our  'REGULAR SPONSORS' who make it possible for 'Guardian' to fulfil it's dreams in sustaining its community interest objectives!

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Please look below to see the kind of support 'Guardian' offers the vulnerable.....

 

WHAT SUPPORT DOES GUARDIAN OFFER?.......

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FOR THOSE WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS/DISEASE/DISABILITY, 

SUCH AS (AND RESTRICTED TO); HIV, AGORAPHOBIA, AUTISM, SPINAL STENOSIS, DEMENTIA.

Travel expenses; To visit loved ones for ‘isolated individuals’ who live far away from relatives. Or where vital travel is needed. Or in an emergency.

Gas and electric payments; For those in financial crises who cannot afford these utilities at certain times (especially during winter).

Food, toiletries and clothes parcels; For those in financial crises (especially during winter).

Bedding replacement; For those who cannot afford it (especially in the winter months) (Purchases will be made for the individual).

Care and support; Support to help with the things an individual may not be able to do due to fragility or illness/disability (e.g. Help with grocery shopping, gardening, dog walking, cleaning, or simply an hour of company for the lonely - especially during the winter months). Provided as a one off, or over a set agreed period of time.

Wellness day trips; A Day out for those with no family, or day out arranged to reunite with family/friends, or a day out just to have a change of scenery to improve wellbeing.

Communication; Funding for laptop/Ipad/mobile phone/any communication aids/systems for those who need to keep in contact with relatives afar.

Vouchers; Food vouchers for individuals who cannot afford to eat. Gift vouchers for those who wish to treat their relatives who have been working hard to look after them full time – but cannot afford to give them a break, and who are exhausted (an individual can also ask for support to purchase a specific item as a gift, and short vacations may also be included up to a limit).   

Emergency fund; For those in financial crises that need to flee/avoid a situation leading to possible violence/further hardship/emergency to get to a place of care, or care of another person, or temporary safe location (including small relocation fees and overnight stays up to a small limit).

Aid; For equipment needed to support an individual. Or for alternative treatments/services to support relief of ailments.

Fitness and wellbeing; Personalised program of PT lead Gym sessions to get active and healthy, and to improve weight/BMI. Personalised trainer lead swim sessions to benefit and relief ailments. Tissue message, Reiki treatments or reflexology, to aid wellbeing (or any other ‘safe’).

Caring

FOR THE OLDER PERSON (70+)

Travel expenses; To visit loved ones for ‘isolated individuals’ who live far away from relatives. Or where vital travel is needed. Or in an emergency.

Gas and electric payments; For those in financial crises who cannot afford these utilities at certain times (especially during winter).

Food, toiletries and clothes parcels; For those in financial crises (especially during winter).

Bedding replacement; For those who cannot afford it (especially in the winter months) (Purchases will be made for the individual).

Care and support; Support to help with the things an individual may not be able to do due to fragility or illness/disability (e.g. Help with grocery shopping, gardening, dog walking, cleaning, or simply an hour of company for the lonely - especially during the winter months). Provided as a one off, or over a set agreed period of time.

Wellness day trips; A Day out for those with no family, or day out arranged to reunite with family/friends, or a day out just to have a change of scenery.

Communication; Funding for laptop/Ipad/mobile phone/any communication aids/systems for those who need to keep in contact with relatives afar.

Vouchers; Food vouchers for individuals who cannot afford to eat. Gift vouchers for those who wish to treat their relatives who have been working hard to look after them full time – but cannot afford to give them a break, and who are exhausted (an individual can also ask for support to purchase a specific item as a gift, and short vacations may also be included up to a limit). 

Emergency fund; For those in financial crises that need to flee/avoid a situation leading to possible violence/further hardship/emergency to get to a place of care, or care of another person, or temporary safe location (including small relocation fees and overnight stays up to a small limit).

Aid; For equipment needed to support an individual. Or for alternative treatments/services to support relief of ailments.

Sunrise

FOR THE YOUNGER PERSON (16-24)

Development grant; For those who have not had a good start in life and want to study/train (especially for a trade) but cannot afford a chosen ‘established’ mode of education/course or training that will give them the skills needed for a better future and real chance of a career. Or/and for literature/Laptop/Ipad needed for a proven education purpose (Applicant must not be in receipt of student loans, and must prove any financial hardship. And the applicant will not be eligible to reapply again).

Emergency fund; For those in financial crises that need to flee/avoid a situation leading to possible violence/further hardship/emergency to get to a place of care, or care of another person, or temporary safe location (including small relocation fees and overnight stays up to a small limit).

Pride Parade

VULNERABLE GAY MEN IN THE LGBT+ COMMUNITY

Emergency fund; For those in crises (and victims of domestic violence) who need funds to flee a situation that could lead to possible violence and a situation of emergency. For those who have 'come out' (or planning to), which has put them at risk in their home, and there's a need to flee to a safe location. For those in hardship who cannot afford utilities, essentials, or who need general survival funds for a limited time, etc.

Fitness and wellbeing; Personalised program of PT lead Gym sessions to get active and healthy, and to improve weight/BMI. Tissue message, Acupuncture, Reiki treatments, reflexology to relieve stress/pain/depression and to help with anxiety.

Travel expenses; To visit loved ones for ‘isolated individuals’ who live far away from relatives. Or where vital travel is needed. Or in an emergency.

Gas and electric payments; For those in financial crises who cannot afford these utilities at certain times (especially during winter).

Food, toiletries and clothes parcels; For those in financial crises (especially during winter). 

Community Garden

COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Funding; £300 - £2000 for struggling small groups/organisations who wish to undertake a community project, which supports (and entirely contributes to) the objectives of ‘Guardian’ and benefits the vulnerable groups and communities’ ‘Guardian’ supports.