Anode - A Positive Connection

Anode is a Charity that provides a holistic service to help an individual through challenging times by engaging with one or more of our programmes. 

We look to build a foundation that encourages self belief, independence and responsibility.

Our Motto is "Changing Lives, Giving a Voice & Fighting Poverty" we are passionate about helping out where needed.

Thank you for visiting our website Our aim is to help you discover that everyone has a responsibility and opportunity to positively effect their community. Our dream is to see social responsibility embraced by both individuals and business and firmly placing unity back in heart of the community.

Anode is an organisation that is registered as a Community Interest Company (CIC). We seek to address the individual and corporate needs of social concern within the community. 

Through SmileMaker and our volunteer network programme "Volunteers In Action" (VIA) we encourage everyone to embrace the responsibility of social action within their own location and in doing so helping to develop communities we all desire to be part of.

In today's society there is a tendency to follow the crowd or blend into the group, we believe individuals and bushinesses should be different and unique, being part of a society who are not frightened to face the issues of the day and prepared to express their willingness to impact their enviroment through community action and be part of the solution.    To find out more please visit:

Contact Details
Mr Nigel
Managing Director
Anode House
Unit 2 Vectis Business Units
Coombe Road
01803 556571
Web address:
Alternative Telephone: 
07732 933450
Main Activities: 
Basic bank of food and clothing. Community repaint scheme provision of paint to socially deprived people, Groups or charity social group or community group. Life coaching and Debt Recovery Service and Community makeover volunteer opportunities. (a) To promote, and support, the inhabitants of Torbay and the surrounding area and such other local communities and in such other parts of the United Kingdom or the world as the trustees may from time to time think fit. (b) To relieve sickness and financial hardship, and to promote and preserve good health. ( c) To advance the awareness of Christian values.