What do we do?
We are a small group of dedicated friends and volunteers, set up to help the elderly, the underprivileged, mentally challenged physically and/or mentally impaired and those struggling in the community.
Our work has greatly expanded recently, as more and more referrals were made, and we discovered many families and individuals needing our help.
Desperately needed supplies (mainly food but also clothing and basic essentials when available) are distributed to many individuals, families and other charitable organisations throughout our community.
We help many mentally challenged, autistic, mentally and physically disabled, cancer sufferers and survivors, COVID-19 survivors, children and families at risk. We also support individuals with dependency problems.
Where do we operate?
We operate in a number of towns and villages throughout Yorkshire and Lancashire.
As well as distributing food to individuals and families, we donate to several food banks and soup kitchens in the area.
More details about the locations we serve.....
Who helps us?
The free food that we distribute to those in need is all kindly donated by local supermarkets. Our team of volunteers collect this food from the supermarkets daily, and distribute it to the various locations throughout the region.
The food is all given away as soon as possible, usually without the need for storage - well within 24 hours, and usually within a few hours of collection.
The major donors of the food that we distribute include Aldi, Co-op, M&S and Morrisons - and Share the Care would like to thank them all for their kind generousity, as without them, we would not be able to do what we do. Find out more about who helps us.....
Want to help us or know someone who needs help? - see how to contact us.....