Our aim is to promote the independence, physical and mental wellbeing of older, isolated or vulnerable people living in Kingsbridge, Salcombe and the surrounding area.
We provide a range of services: befriending, companionship, shopping and other well-being activities.
We run awareness, social and fundraising events throughout the year.
We are a volunteer led organisation, so any assistance you can provide either financially or assisting with our Clients is gratefully appreciated.
KASC & Coronavirus
Keep up to date with our Coronavirus response.
Kingsbridge and Saltstone Caring is busier than ever - phoning clients for a friendly chat, delivering weekly lunches with Kingsbridge Rugby Club and shopping for those unable to get out. Whether you would like to help on an occasional basis or have time for a more...
During these last few months, without events to boost much-needed funds, KASC has had to rely on the generosity and creativity of its supporters. None more so than Salcombe artist John Aspden who has been auctioning his work in support of the charity. His previous...
John Aspen's paining, the Crab, which he generously put up for auction in aid of the charity has fetched nearly £300. It was bought by Phil Grant who lives in Hertfordshire, but is a regular visitor to both Gallery 5 and Salcombe. This is the second painting auctioned...
Owing to popular demand, another piece of artwork is being auctioned by well known local artist, John Aspen. It is a painting of a crab painted in acrylic on old timber, size 45cm x 46cm. The auction is now open and will end of Sunday 24 May at 8.30pm. Place your bids...
Seamoor Lotto tickets are only £1 per week and each ticket has a 1 in 50 chance to win the top prize of £25,000. 50% goes to your chosen cause and 10% to others in South Hams and West Devon.