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A helping hand

Whatever we like to think all of us, sometimes need a helping hand. We are no different. Without the support of yourself and valued donators we couldn't help as many people as do. 


If you would like to say thank you with a donation or simply make a donation. Either email us your pledge and we will contact you. Or call on our regular number.


Your donation will help to fund sessions for children as well as our pro bono work in the family courts. your love hearing from our clients and we are always seeking ways to learn and improve.

call us on or pledge online below.


Become a friend of TVFMS

There are other ways to support us without giving money.


You could become a Family Mediation Friend. TVFMS Friends, receive regular news about our organisation and our work. Our Friends also receive advance notice of any special offers – so you can tell your own friends.


To receive a voucher code valid for a 20% discount on an initial MIAM appointment. Become a friend today!

Our special thanks to....

We gratefully acknowledge contributions from three major benefactors whose support has been invaluable during the last few years:

  1. Berkshire Community Foundation

  2. Heart of Bucks, Buckinghamshire Community Foundation

  3. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

We have also received support in kind or in value from the following organisations:


  • Amersham District Council

  • Coopers Hill Youth & Community Centre

  • Eton Poor

  • St. Peter’s Church Maidenhead

  • The Fitzwilliam Centre, Beaconsfield

  • The Healthy Living Centre, Aylesbury

  • The Hub, High Wycombe

  • Tesco’s Bags of Help

  • The Privy Purse Charitable Trust

  • CAF Bank Coronavirus Emergency Fund

  • National Lottery Awards for All

Your feedback 

“The Mediator was very friendly and she made me feel comfortable”

“Excellent and felt like I could have a say with my ex-husband and come to an agreement. Thank you”

“Excellent, right mixture of impartial mediation and knowledge of the court system”

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