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Gofal

Wales

Gofal (meaning ‘care’ in Welsh) is a befriending and enabling service for the over 50s in North Wales.

Our volunteers visit vulnerable older people in their homes for up to 12 weeks, helping them combat loneliness and isolation, and encourage social interaction by linking them up with services and social groups in their local communities. We also offer a professional befriending service in beneficiaries’ homes, as well as telephone support.

The service is available throughout North Wales, thanks to a £1 million grant from the Big Lottery Fund.

Step 1. Contact us


North Wales Business Park
Cae Eithin
Abergele, Wales
LL22 8LJ

01745 828360

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    1. Gofal, North Wales

    Red Cross House
    North Wales Business Park
    Cae Eithin, Abergele

    LL22 8LJ

    01745 828360

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Step 2. Service locations

  • 1. Gofal, North Wales

    Red Cross House
    North Wales Business Park
    Cae Eithin, Abergele

    LL22 8LJ

    01745 828360

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Read stories of people we've helped

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Mary’s story

Pensioner Mary Jenkins was facing a tough time alone at home – until our volunteer called round to help.

Our volunteers are always willing to go the extra mile to help people – even if that means belting out a song or two.

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Peter’s story

After a stroke left him housebound, Peter Toplis was at a real low ebb – but following our help he’s like a different man.

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