Helping Hands is a project run on Littlemoor for our residents. The project aims to help and enable people to overcome barriers back into work, education or training.
Helping Hands are working in currently working in partnership with an ever expanding line of organisations.
These include Citizens Advice, Weymouth Foodbank, Dorset Mind, Age Concern and many many more.
Together we aim to support residents to overcome any issues they have encountered


With the food bank delivered by St Francis Church and an ever expanding repertoire of food projects going on around Littlemoor we are always looking for people to assist with sorting, bagging, drop offs and a whole range of jobs.

We are continuing to find there are a lot of people who need a little help to complete the basic day to day activities most of take for granted. Do you think you could offer some time to help someone in need?

The youth club rely heavily on volunteers to ensure they are able to continue delivery of activities for the youngsters. Do you feel you can help ensure our youngsters still have somewhere to go and enjoy themselves safely in the future?

If you see a specific project that you would like to help with click HERE to register your interest


Got a problem…. Not sure where to turn to? No matter whether it is not being able to pay a bill or need some advice on how to use a computer. Give us a call to set-up an advice session on 07458036288

Has your work situation changed? Are you struggling to find yourself work.

Click on the Picture above to conduct a quick job search in the local area.

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Big4Littlemoor are working in partnership with St Francis Church to reach residents in need of support. Littlemoor Food Bank is a satellite of Weymouth Food Bank and managed and supplied by them.

Littlemoor Food Bank is run every Wednesday from St Francis Church 10.30am to 1.30pm

Use the links below to gain direct access to many HELPING HANDS partners who are all willing to help and guide you to achieve your goals