Beverley Community Lift

Beverley Community Lift is a local charity providing caring community transport to take elderly and disabled people out and about from door-to-door. With dedication and compassion we aim to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing, and combat loneliness, by getting people out and about.


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What we do

Their car service takes people to vital medical appointments e.g. doctors, hospital, dentist etc. and on other journeys as required e.g. to visit a loved one in a care home. Their minibus services offer weekly food shopping trips and social outings, e.g. to the theatre, for Sunday pub lunches, or to visit a garden centre. In this way, their transport services help people feel connected to their community, as one of their passengers explained: ‘I feel very lonely since my partner passed away.


Using Beverley Community Lift’s car service makes me feel that someone cares. Thank you for your kindness.’ We rely on the generosity of volunteer drivers who donate their time to provide our services, and a warm welcome awaits all new volunteer drivers.


Elderly and disabled people are at the heart of everything we do. We’ve been providing the transport services they need for over 47 years, helping them to stay mentally and physically healthy, and reduce their feelings of loneliness. Our charity’s ethos is ‘local people helping other people in their own community’ and we rely on the generosity of volunteer drivers who freely give their time to provide our transport services.
— CEO Jan Stainforth

WHY CHOOSE TO SUPPORT US

Beverley Community Lift helps local disabled and elderly people to get out and about. It’s a registered charitable incorporated organisation (CIO number 1163868) and it provides caring and accessible community car and minibus services.

Beverley Community Lift would be very grateful to receive support to help provide journeys such as these:

  • Giving an elderly person a lift in a car to go for their cancer treatment
  • Taking someone in a wheelchair for vital physiotherapy swimming lessons
  • Taking a lonely elderly person, with no family or friends living nearby, on a social outing such
  • as going to a garden centre for lunch
  • Taking a group of young adults with learning disabilities to go horse riding
 

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