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New recruit Hayley Davies


Hello Friends we have some exciting news for our charity we have recruited a new fund raising volunteer.
She is Hayley Davies who runs a very successful group “Ladies who lunch in Villamartin”, and surrounding areas.
Hayley already has a following of over 1,000 people, she is enthusiastic and a very positive person to drive our fund raising along.
Hayley has over several years spearheaded many successful fund raising events for various charities.
We look forward to exciting times as we continue to offer support to those in need in our community.
Please offer support to Hayley, as she helps in raising our profile and funds.
Watch this space for some new fundraising events
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U.F.O Fund raising Fairs July-December 2020

We are lucky to have been chosen by a couple we recently helped to hold some Fairs to raise money for Help at Home Costa Blanca.

Here are some stall holders who are helping raise funds for us , they raised 130€ in the raffle and will tally up all the events and donate the money to us .

Thank you everyone for all your support.

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Christmas For our clients in need

Happy Boxing day

We hope you all enjoyed your Christmas day yesterday and as a local Charity we are very aware there are many who do not have the resources to enjoy a Christmas meal or the little treats we associate with this time of year.

So on Christmas Eve our President Carmen and Chief Welfare Officer Sheila delivered some food essentials with a few goodies for some our clients in need.
We are so thankful and recognise that we could not do this with out our volunteers time and supporters donations and thank every one of you with all our hearts.
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Aid2Mobility- Thank you

Sue & Andy Watson, owners of Aid2Mobility, are trusted friends of Help at Home Costa Blanca.
Sue and Andy are always happy to support the Charity in the work we do,  happily willing to service donated equipment for free.
Here is a list of service they provide

We are a family run business with eight years of experience helping people to regain their independence and dignity. We pride ourselves in providing a personal and comprehensive service to individuals that need assistance with their mobility and daily living requirements. As a company, we abide by and actively carry out our business according to the BHTA Code of Practice. This ensures that customers can feel highly confident of the ethical way in which we offer all aspects of our services.

At aid2mobility we offer a wide range of the highest quality products to suit your needs and lifestyle.

Sales – Free home assessments with no obligation

Repairs and Servicing – UK trained and qualified engineer

Routine maintenance – Advice on battery and equipment care

Daily Living Aids – Catalogue available

Battery and product testing

Supply and fit of manufacturer’s spare parts

When the Welfare Service require advice and guidance on equipment or adaptation solutions, we always rely on their professional opinion.
Well done to Sue & Andy.
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10,000€ raised for Adiem










We  have some great news to share with you. We have done it again!!
We have raised a Massive 10,000€ which was our target to help Adiem, so another big  thank you to all our volunteers and generous supporters.

Adiem helps people with mental health problems become more independent. They wish to build an extension to extend their premises in Torrevieja which will cost 18,000€ and we said we would raise them 10,000€ towards this and we did !!

At the Christmas Fayre at the Emerald Isle on 10th of December, we will present the BIG cheque for 10,000€ to them for their extension.
Luis from Adiem confirmed the President and members of the executive, as well as volunteers will attend.
So we ask that as many of you attend from 11 until 4pm and buy from the stalls which will have delicious cakes, jams and sauces.

Help at Home will have “Guess the weight of the Christmas Cake ”

and , name the “Christmas Lion ” and many stalls will have Festive arts and crafts.
Hope to see you there ! Lucy

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Helping Flood victims


These are images of the devastation caused on 13th September 2019.

So we share some photographs with you of great people who volunteer and collected the school books, pencils rulers ,jotters for distribution at our shop in Cabo Roig .
Then the warehouse where the donations are collected and sorted for those who lost so much in the flooding.
Then a photo of one of the homeless men whom we have been helping regularly with some food,clothing and toiletries. Without HAHCB volunters and supporters this would not be possible – thank you all so much

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Donated defibrillator saves life !

We cannot express how proud we are of the efforts of our volunteers and our supporters who helped us raise over 10,000€ to purchase 7 defibrillators for the local community.

We were contacted by the local police force who told us one of the 5 defibrillators we donated to the Orihuela Costa Police cars -was used by the local police the other day to save a man’s life.

The incident was the first where these life saving machine were put to the test.

The police were trained by the Red Cross to operate the device which Help at Home donated to them.




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Working together with Iceland store


During the last few weeks of 2018 we worked together with Iceland sore in Torrevieja to raise money and receive food donations to help our local community.


We got a few trolleys of different food stuff which we distributed to the local families in need for the Christmas season and also raised money towards various causes we support.

Below is a couple of photographs of our hard working Volunteers



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3rd July Fashion show & Red Cross Cheque

Help at Home Volunteers led by Sylvia ( Fundraiser) and Esther ( Playa Flamenca shop manager) spent many hours contacting , restaurants, shops and bars for donations for our raffle prizes helping to raise funds for the 5 defibrillators for our local first response teams.

Teams of volunteers worked tirelessly sorting  out all the clothes, packing up and loading the van , delivering the clothes, the rails, tables  and many items for to the Emerald isle for this big event for us.

Clothes were looked out from the Charity Shop, washed and ironed and many volunteers gave up their day and modelled the clothes for us.

The Director from Red Cross and many of his team travelled from Alicante to receive the cheque for 31,000Euros. We all raised a glass of bubbly to celebrate this magnificent achievement.

Our  Charity with support from the local businesses, local residents and holiday makers donated to this excellent cause , the money was raised over 2 years from 2016-2018 with many fund raising events organised towards the cost of a new ambulance for the community ( costs 60,000 Euros).

The ambulance will have in memory of Kathleen Vahey one of our fund raising volunteers whom we sadly lost a in 2016  who worked tirelessly to help other here in Spain and further afield a true Angel on Earth.

The Cheque Presentation 31,000 Euros.

Carmen our President signing the contract with Director of Red Cross .


Thank you ,Thank you, Thank you, everyone for this tremendous effort as we raised 1,255Euro !



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