Aylesbury info

Aylesbury Charities & Advice

Citizens Advice Bureau

If you need support, signposting, advocacy or help with anything from applying for benefits, accessing health services, making complaints, debts, housing problems, and other issues.

The Charities Commission holds current details for every registered charity in Buckinghamshire which can be found by clicking “Advanced Search” on their Charity Search page. At time of writing, a search for registered charities in Buckinghamshire returned almost 2,500 results! Make use of the numerous filters to narrow down the results to your specific need. Alternatively, to find charities more specific to Aylesbury please take a look at these “Aylesbury” keyword search results (550+ charities). These can also be filtered by ‘Who the charity helps’, ‘How the charity helps’ and more.

Aylesbury is home to so many invaluable charities and non-profits, there to help in the times they are needed most, and to improve the quality of life for residents who are struggling in one way or another. From providing food banks, funding for training and education, social activities for the isolated, and support and advocacy for the more vulnerable among us to counsellors and abuse crisis services. I urge you to get in touch with them if you are in need of help, and support them by donating or volunteering if you are able.

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The Bucks Mind Guide

A comprehensive directory of services and help available to people concerned about their own, or someone else's mental health.

Charity Chat

Visit the Community Message Boards to read or post news and chat about local charity and non-profits.