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Welcome to One Community

An independent charity providing voluntary sector support, community  development, day care, information and transport services in the borough of Eastleigh and beyond

Our aim is to improve the quality of life for residents of the borough, particularly older people, carers and people with disabilities, through the work of our various projects:

One Community help children, families, disadvantaged, disabled and/or older people remain independent and engaged in their local community.

Our services either help support individuals or voluntary groups directly or we can signpost you or someone you care about to the right service. If we don't know the answer we can help you find it.

One Community is a member of the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA).

Like to help?

Why not volunteer with One Community or a local organisation. All you need to do is make an appointment for a confidential, one-to-one chat with a member of staff or ask for information on specific kinds of opportunities to be delivered to you by telephone, post, email or fax

Visit the Volunteer Centre or www.do-it.org.uk, the national home of volunteering 

All of our services could benefit from additional financial help. Your Donation helps us make a difference to people's lives



Hampshire CVS network

You can find out more about what the Hampshire CVS network has to offer, including community development , volunteering, information and training opportunitiesat www.hampshirecvs.org.uk

 

 

 

Registered Office 16, Romsey Road, Eastleigh, Hants. so50 9al.  Registered Charity Number 1052978. Registered in England as a company limited by guarantee.Company Number 3132524.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Memoriam

Bobbie (Robina) Jones, trustee, friend and tireless supporter of One Community, has died, on Tuesday 19 August. Fellow trustees, staff and volunteers have received the news with great sadness. Bobby has served One Community for 19 years as a trustee, imbuing all our work with compassion and concern for the individual. She joined One Community as a trustee following her term as Mayor of the Borough of Eastleigh, 1994-1995.
Bobbie has been involved with many local voluntary and community groups over the years and has contributed enormously to organisations supporting carers, families and the bereaved. She was also a school governor in her time, following a career in education, holding senior posts at secondary and sixth form level. She was a well respected public figure - a member of Eastleigh Borough Council from 1988 to 1996 - known as a powerful advocate and generous mentor.

We knew Bobbie as a woman of tremendous spirit, warmth and enthusiasm, concerned with each and every one of us as she demonstrated in her frequent visits and everyday kindnesses. She will be greatly missed.

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