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  • Sandwell Young Carers

    Registered Charity set up to identify & support young carers aged 5 -18 yrs. Whose education, health & social lives are affected by caring for a dependant family member. We provide one to one & group support, youth & play clubs, offsites & residentials.

  • Sikh Community & Youth Service UK

    One stop employment, education and welfare advice centre

  • Sikh Mission & Study Centre (UK)

    Enhance understanding of Sikh religion and community. Aim to run mela and community radio

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sikh School of Arts

    Sikh School of Arts is community cultural enterprise established in 1970 in order to improve community morale and arts educatiion. We implement projects that intertwine the learning of cultural arts with community advancement. It is our aim to empower vulnerable and hard to reach groups by helping them overcome 'barriers' that prevent them from accessing existing and potential opportunities. By engaging in the learning of various arts individuals can channel their unlocked talents away from negative elements and towards developing skills enabling them to enjoy, understand and participate facilitating greater community cohesion. In short: enabling individuals to collectively boost their physical, psychological, spiritual, economic and social health by engaging in diverse art forms. Our services are not exclusive to the Sikh community and are open to all peoples regardless of race or belief.

  • Smart Spenders

    Providing budgeting & debt awareness courses to groups plus support and assistance to individuals & families with financial concern or facing financial crisis. We meet at Oak Tree Centre, corner of Tame Road and Queensway, Oldbury B68 0JP

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Smethwick Citizens Advice Bureau

    Smethwick Citizens Advice Bureau give free, confidential, impartial, independent advice and information to all sections of the community. The telephone Advice Line number is 03444 111 444.

  • Somali Disability & Elderly Support Group

    The Somali Disability & Elderly Support Group (SODES) is a registered charity based in Small Heath, Birmingham and provides advice, information and practical support and campaign for improved service to the Somali community in the West Midlands. Advice and information service on wide range of issues including employment opportunities, social care and health, welfare benefit, mental health and pension rights. We aim to support refugees, disabled children and elderly people and their families who are in need of assistance in order to take control of their daily living conditions. Interpreting/translation, an informal mentoring, advocacy, support service and information relating to disability issues. Children educational activities such as homework clubs, adult education (ESOL) and youth leisure activities. Monthly health awareness and workshops for Carers.

  • St Pauls Community Centre

    Community centre with disabled access that holds various classes - keep fit, karate, line dance, children\'s dance. We also have a pensioners and carers group and camera society Community cafe on site.

  • The Prince's Trust (Central Regional)

    The Prince's Trust supports 13 to 30 years old who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. Around one in five young people in the UK are not in work, education or training. Youth unemployment costs the UK economy £10 million a day in lost productivity, while youth crime costs £1 billion every year. Many of the young people we help are in or leaving care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or have been in trouble with the law. Our programmes give young people the practical and financial support they need to stabilise their lives. We help develop key skills, confidence and motivation, enabling them to move into work, education or training. Our programmes also encourage young people to take responsibility for themselves – helping them build the life they choose rather than the one they have ended up with.

  • TOPPS S E Ltd

    Our aim is to support individuals & organisations to realise & fulfil their potential by opening doors to opportunities. Our range of services & products are designed to open doors of opportunity for: training across a range of vocational sectors; employment through skills development support, job brokerage, work experience & extensive links with employers in key sectors; organisations to obtain alternative funding, to support the delivery of activities and ideals that the organisation wishes to pursue; maximising the impact of funding through Project Management Support, ensuring systems & procedures for monitoring & delivery are both effective & efficient.

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