Reach Community Projects

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Reach Community Projects is a charity that tackles poverty in and around Haverhill, recognising that debt, low/no income and homelessness can have a devastating effect on the lives of individuals, families and communities.

Reach Community Projects started life as a debt counselling service, but now tackles poverty, debt and homelessness in a variety of different ways. It’s headquarters is in Haverhill, but it also supports people living in villages on the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire borders. Reach has also recently opened up an outpost in Newmarket and has fortnightly sessions at Linton Library every other Thursday between 3-4.30pm.

The team at Reach have an approach to helping people facing hardship that is flexible, non-judgemental and kind. They are there to listen to your needs and circumstances and help you find a way through your financial worries.

If you aren’t sure if Reach can help you, give the team a call and they will talk things through with you – the hardest step is asking.

Here are some of the services offered (find out more by clicking on the blue links):

Money Advice

Free face-to-face advice for people struggling with debt – working with you to work out a plan that takes the pressure off and puts you back in control.


Emergency food for an unexpected crisis (if you live in another part of South Cambs, there may be a Foodbank closer to home – find out here).

Starter Packs

Essential bedding and kitchenware if you or your family have absolutely nothing.

Client Aid

Financial assistance to provide essential items such as beds, white goods, gas and electricity.

Reach into the Community

If you can’t get out and about due to ill health, caring commitments or for travel reasons, a member of the team will come to you.

Advice and support provided by Reach is free.



How to contact

Where to go


Castle Camps

Great Abington


Linton Library
High Street


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