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  • Promise Dreams

    Promise Dreams is a national registered charity, dedicated to helping seriously and terminally ill children and their families turn a very special dream into a reality. Whether the child would like a holiday, a toy, medical treatment, house or garden alterations, or even the chance to meet their favourite celebrity, Promise Dreams is committed to help. Since forming in February 2001, the charity and its enthusiastic supporters have raised more than £2 million and helped more than 1000 seriously ill children along the way.

  • Raglan Road Christian Church

    Raglan Road Church is a lively, growing, church with a congregation from many nations. We seek to make you welcome and feel part of the family with activities and services for all ages on a Sunday. During the week we serve the community through activities such as Explorers (Preschool), First Friday (Seniors), Language Classes (Daytime), Coffee Stop (Wednesday), Fresh Start Groups and Time Out activities. We are a regular home for Smethwick Foodbank and Smethwick CAN Cafe and other activities that seek to use our premises.

  • Relate Birmingham

    We are a local independent charity working to help couples, individuals, parents and families build better relationships and cope with a range of pressures that can lead to relationship and family breakdown. We cover Birmingham, Solihull and Sandwell (where we have an office in Freeth Street, Oldbury). We provide confidential counselling services for adults, couples and young people. We also offer specialist sex therapy services, lifeskills courses and education and training. Telephone counselling is also available

  • Riverstones Foundation

    The relief of sickness and/or the relief of poverty, hardship and distress among women at risk of violence generally, among persons who are victims of social deprivation and crime or are at risk of offending and among persons at risk from alcohol/drug addiction or other substance abuse by the provision of : support, free medical advise, counselling, mentoring and where appropriate, shelter and facilities for rehabilitation. The object of the organisation is to alleviate social ills affecting the community through programmes providing care and self-empowering skills.

  • Roundsgreen Methodist Church

    Local Church providing the following services: Sunday Service OAP Club (Tuesdays am) Wednesday evening Fellowship

  • RSPB Sandwell Valley

    RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve is a wonderful urban green space in the heart of Birmingham and the Black Country. The reserve is managed to provide a home for a variety of wildlife, from nesting birds to fluttering butterflies, and to give people the opportunity to connect to nature. The visitor centre has lovely views over the valley, and there are a variety of trails to take visitors past colourful meadows, lush woodland and the peaceful lake. The reserve team hold a regular programme of event for adults and families. RSPB Sandwell Valley is part of the RSPB, the country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home.

  • SAFS

    SAFS provide a range of quality care, support services and opportunities to enable South Asian children, young people and adults with disabilities, life limiting or life threatening conditions, and their families, to enhance their quality of life.

  • Sandwell Active Independent Blind Association (SAIBA)

    A small self help group run by and for visually impaired people. We were amongst the first user led organisation in the country. We have a membership of approximately 50 people. Our aim is to provide leisure and social support and activities to visually impaired people, their families and friends.

  • Sandwell Irish Community Association

    We have now opened the resource centre in Langley High Street and will be providing varying services to the community including chiropody, gaelic language lesson, benefit entitlement advice, raising health awareness and health promotion

  • Sandwell Irish Society

    Sandwell Irish Society is a registered charity that works to achieve a vibrant Irish community in Sandwell and the surrounding area, one that is engaged and empowered to play an active role in society by ensuring that people have the chance to contribute their views, articulate their needs and have an impact on policy and practice. It aims to achieve this by improving the confidence, health awareness and image of the community and by ensuring that the contribution of people of Irish birth and descent, over many years, to the economic, social, cultural and historic richness of the area is recognized and acknowledged. It works with statutory and voluntary organisations to develop activities and services in response to needs identified. It organises social, cultural, information and health events which inform people, combat isolation and engage the community.

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