As one of the very few not-for-profit care providers in the UK, we have no shareholders. This means that we're dedicated to reinvesting any surplus that we receive back into the services we provide, to ensure our care and support remains among the very best in Britain.  

Our charitable income helps to fund our specialist services - music therapy for people living with advanced dementia, our chaplaincy support, available for our residents, their families and our colleagues and our community groups that help to eliminate loneliness and social isolation. 

Additionally, any charitable income we receive helps to fund life-enhancing activities and services for those in our care such as our Seize The Day initiative that offers unique and memorable opportunities and activities for care home residents to quite literally 'seize the day'.

Not only this, but we have also been able to fund new projects that help our care home residents live later life well such as the introduction of magic tables and robotic cats in our homes.

As a charity, we welcome volunteers in our care homes, retirement living and community groups. We also have volunteer telephone befriending, shoppers, drivers and chaplain roles available. To find out more, or apply to volunteer for MHA, visit our volunteering page>

If you’d like to support our life-enhancing work enabling people to live later life well, please visit our fundraising page >

Our Care Homes

Our Care Homes

Whether it's residential, nursing or dementia care that you or your loved one requires, with MHA you can be confident of our rich history of delivering some of the most highly rated, person-centred care in the sector.

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