The CARE Project is an initiative which aims to practically and pastorally support all those in need in our communities.

Our Partners

Our Grant Donors

Get Help

As a Christian organisation and a registered charity, we are doing everything we can in order to help those in genuine need in our communities.

We are offering the following services to people in our area via our Church Assistance Request in an Emergency (or CARE) service:

  • Essential food and non-food parcels
  • “Click & Collect” collection service
  • Prescription Collection Service
  • Befriending and Telephone Call service for those feeling isolated, worried and/or alone
  • The services of your local Vicar
Support is available between the hours of 9:00am – 3:00pm Monday to Friday.

Anyone can receive help 3 times in any six month period (that’s three week’s worth of food and prescription collection) before they need to get a referral from one of our partners to continue to receive ongoing help. Referrals are confidential, straightforward, and accessible if you’re in genuine need. Pastoral care (having a chat over the phone if you’re feeling stressed, sad, or down) is always available to all.

To get started, please choose from the following options:



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Telephone Line

Call our Telephone Line on

02921 880 212 (option 0)

9:00am-3:00pm Monday-Friday

Want to volunteer?

We are always looking for volunteers to help with the following:

  • Packing food
  • Picking up food from warehouses
  • Delivering food to those in need
  • Those who have food safety/hygiene certificates
  • Those trained in pastoral care
  • People with administrative skills
  • Being a call handler
  • Being a “CARE Collector” – organising donations to the CARE Project from the street in which you live.

Whatever you can offer, we’d love to know about it!

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Be a Referral Partner

As professionals and organisations in the local area who come face to face with the people of our communities, you are the people best placed to point people in the right direction when they are in need.

We want to work with local organisations to address need in our communities. A number of organisations can sign up to be a Referral Partner with us…

– Schools / Education Establishments

– Churches / Places of Worship

– Social Services

– Jobcentre

– Local Councillors / MP

– Citizens Advice

– GP Surgeries

– Health Visitors

– Housing Association, Warden of Sheltered/Assisted Housing etc.

– Other charities who help people in need.

This list is non exhaustive.

When it comes to being a Referral Partner with the CARE Project, you will assist us in identifying those who are in need of practical assistance with food, prescription collection and/or pastoral care so that we can help improve their circumstances.

Poverty comes in many different kinds, whether that is financial, mental, emotional, technological, physical, or another type of poverty. Our work is to mitigate against such poverties by addressing the immediate need and then working with service users to prevent their situation getting worse.

As a Referral Partner, you would have access to our online system which would allow you to refer people to us. All referrals will have access to help for 90 days at a time before needing to be referred to us again if their circumstances haven’t improved.

All you need to do is have a chat with potential Service Users during the course of your work, and identify if they are in need of help. If they are, fill in the form and we’ll do the rest!

Sign up to be a referral partner

Referral Partner Sign Up

We are delighted that you want to partner with us in helping those in need. Please fill in the form below and we will be in touch as soon as we are able.

Please ensure that you enter your email address carefully.

Please provide evidence that you have authority within your organisation to sign up as a referral partner with the CARE Project. This could be a letterhead, scan/photocopy of an ID badge, a screenshot of your details on a website, or something similar.


We are a charitable organisation and we want to make it as easy as possible for everyone to be looked after and cared for.

However, we will need to rely on the generosity of those who can afford it to donate towards this work. Your donations will go towards the essential bills that we will incur for running this service, and all money will go into enhancing the work of the project.

To donate, please choose from the following options…


You can text a donation to us by texting

CAREPROJECT plus your amount to 70085

For example, text ‘CAREPROJECT 5’ to 70085 to donate £5.

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Name of OrganisationType of OrganisationAddress
ABUHB – NHS Health Visitors at Parc-y-Felin ICCGP / Medical EstablishmentParc-y-Felin ICC
Parc-y-Felin Street
CF83 3AH
Bags of KindnessOther20 Bryntirion
CF83 8AS
Bedwas High SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentNewport Rd,
Caerphilly CF83 8BJ
Bedwas Infants SchoolSchool / Education Establishment13 St Mary Street
CF83 8EE
Bedwas, Trethomas and Machen Community CouncilCouncilBedwas & Machen Community Council
Council Offices, Newport Road, Bedwas
CF83 8YB
Bethel Baptist Church PenyrheolChurch or Religious OrganisationStation Terrace, Penyrheol,
CF83 2RH
Bethel Baptist Church/The Rock, BedwasChurch or Religious OrganisationChurch Street
CF83 8ED
Caerphilly County Borough Council (St Martins Ward)Council29 St David’s Way
Watford Farm
CF82 1EY
Caerphilly County Borough Council – Social Services at Woodfieldside Business ParkCouncilUnit 6, Woodfieldside Business Park
Penmaen Road
NP12 2DG
Caerphilly County Borough Council Employment MentorsCouncilCaerphilly County Borough Council
Penallta House, Tredomen Buisness Park
Ystrad Mynach
CF82 7PG
Caerphilly County Council Community Regeneration TeamCouncilCaerphilly County Borough Council
Penallta House, Tredomen Buisness Park
Ystrad Mynach
CF82 7PG
Caerphilly Probation ServiceNational Probation Service
Caerphilly Probation Office,
Unit 1 De Clare Court,
CF83 3HU
Children with Disabilities Team, CCBCSocial ServicesTy Pontygwindy, 7 De Clare Court,
5 Sir Alfred Owen Way, Pontygwndy Industrial Estate
CF83 3HU
Cwmaber Infants SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentBryngelli Terrace
CF83 4FF
Denscombe Health Centre – Health VisitorsGP / Medical EstablishmentRear of Ludlow Street
cf83 1gg
Disability Can DoCharity1 Bryn Lane, Pontllanfraith
NP12 2PG
First Love Community Church
Church or Religious Organisation24 Coronation Terrace
CF83 4HU
Gateway Church CaerphillyChurch or Religious Organisation5 Wesley Road
Castle View
CF83 1SS
Glynderw Sheltered HousingHousing Association / OrganisationChurchill Park
CF83 3EZ

Graig Y Rhacca Primary and Nursery Community SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentAddison Way
Graig Y Rhacca
CF83 8WW
Graig y Rhacca Residents AssociationResidents Association59-71 Grays Gardens
Graig y Rhacca
CF83 8TQ
Gwent PolicePublic/Emergency ServiceBedwas Police Station
36 Church Street
CF83 8EB
H PAD (Prevention of Youth Homelessness)Public/Emergency ServiceCrumlin Institute Community Education & Youth Centre
Crumlin Square
NP11 4QD
Hafod Deg Resource Centre
(Caerphilly County Borough Council – Community Regeneration)
CouncilHafod Deg Resource Centre
High Street
NP22 5LP
Hendre Infant SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentSt Cenydd Road
CF83 2RP
Hendredenny Park Primary SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentGroeswen Drive
CF83 2BL
ISCAN WestGP / Medical EstablishmentCaerphilly Children’s Centre, Heol Las
Cwrt Llanfabon, Energlyn
CF83 2WP
Job Centre CaerphillyJob CentreJob Centre
Castle Street
CF83 1UA
John Taylor
Councillor for Aber Valley Ward, Caerphilly County Borough Council
Council7 Danygraig
CF83 4BJ
Lindsay Whittle – Councillor for Penyrheol WardCouncil4a Church Road,
CF83 4DL
Love CaerphillyChurch or Religious OrganisationN/A
Machen Primary SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentCommercial Rd,
CF83 8NB
Nant-y-Parc Primary SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentCommercial Street
CF83 4GY
NYAS ( National Youth Advocacy Service)Other3 Mountain Road, Caerphilly,
CF83 1HG
Plasyfelin Primary SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentLewis Drive
Churchill Park
CF83 1EH
Platfform Caerphilly Supported Housing
Housing Association / OrganisationThe Office, Ty Oborne
1 Acre Close
CF83 3RU
PoblHousing Association / OrganisationPobl
Exchange House
The Old Post Office, High Street,
NP20 1AA
St Cenydd Community SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentSt Cenydd Road
CF83 2RP
St James Primary School
School / Education EstablishmentPen Y Cae
Mornington Meadows
CF83 3GT
St. Martin’s SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentHillside
CF83 1UW
The Federation of Bedwas Junior and Rhydri Primary SchoolsSchool / Education Establishmentc/o Bedwas Junior School
Church Street
CF83 8EB
The Parishes of Bedwas, Machen, Michaelston-y-Fedw & RudryChurch or Religious OrganisationSt. Thomas’ Church
Heol yr Ysgol
CF83 8FL
Ty’n y Wern Primary SchoolSchool / Education EstablishmentTy’n y Wern Primary School
Heol yr Ysgol
CF83 8FL
United WelshHousing Association / OrganisationY Borth
13 Beddau Way
CF83 2AX
United Welsh (Cole Court)Housing Association / OrganisationCole Court Manager’s Office
Mornington Meadows
CF83 3QN
Van Community CouncilCouncilVan Community Centre
Porset Park
CF83 2YD
Ysgol Gymraeg CaerfilliSchool / Education EstablishmentHeol Pontygwindy
CF83 3HG

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