Len Medlock Voluntary Centre
St George’s Road
Boston PE21 8YB
Where we work
The Boston, Skegness and Spalding Areas
How we can help
- We have a lift and are very, but not totally, accessible.
For nearly 50 years the Boston Branch of Samaritans has been here for anyone who’s going through a difficult time.
Today, we have around 30 volunteers providing listening services and helping us raise funds to be able to be there for those who have lots on their mind.
Samaritans are here for anyone struggling to cope – day or night, 365 days a year.
Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy, and we as a branch help to deliver the Samaritans’ vision, that fewer people die by suicide. We believe that suicide is preventable. We take action to prevent people reaching crisis point, helping people find ways to cope and learn the skills to be there for others. We campaign to make suicide prevention a priority. If you feel you need to speak to a Samaritan please check out the ways that you can.
Boston Branch has no paid staff and is run solely by volunteers who are described as 'Ordinary people doing extraordinary things'. If you feel that you, too, can do extraordinary things and would like to do something you’re proud of, please do visit our volunteering page.
Donate by text
To donate to us as a branch you can do so by sending a text message:
Text one of the following text messages to 70085
- To donate £3 text BOSTON3
- To donate £5 text BOSTON5
- To donate £10 text BOSTON10
- To donate £20 text BOSTON20
Texts cost your donation amount plus one standard rate message and you’ll be opting in to hear more about our work and fundraising via telephone and SMS. If you’d like to give a donation but do not wish to receive marketing communications, text BOSTONNOINFO to 70085.
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