About ECT Charity


What we do

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ECT Charity is a leading charity in the UK which provides high quality, safe, friendly, accessible and affordable transport in local communities.

We are a leading provider of local community transport in the UK providing essential transport solutions, particularly for socially isolated people and those with mobility difficulties unable to access other services. We also offer a group transport service for local non-profit organisations such as charities and community groups.

ECT Charity is a charity and a social enterprise that creates social value through its charitable activities; it delivers high quality, safe, accessible and affordable transport services that positively benefit local communities.

By providing transport to people who are unable to access mainstream transport services, we deliver public benefit by supporting community participation and engagement and enabling people to access more opportunities to improve their lives.

In 2012 we delivered, as lead partner, the London 2012 Accessible Shuttles project on behalf of the Olympic Delivery Authority. In 2014, we provided the accessible shuttle service for the Invictus Games in London. Read more about these special projects here.

Recent News


PlusBus for Health boosts care and combats loneliness for the most isolated people in Ealing image
PlusBus for Health boosts care and combats loneliness for the most isolated people in Ealing

Journey Makers: “Without DCT, I’m not sure how my mother-in-law would have travelled from hospital to her care home” image
Journey Makers: “Without DCT, I’m not sure how my mother-in-law would have travelled from hospital to her care home”

ECT helps Royal British Legion members pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday image
ECT helps Royal British Legion members pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday

Journey Makers: “Drivers are often first to know if something isn’t quite right with a passenger” image
Journey Makers: “Drivers are often first to know if something isn’t quite right with a passenger”

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