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To browse a range of voluntary & community organisations in a specific area / ward use the links below.

Search results for Operates in every Sandwell Ward

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  • Friends of Victoria Park

    Looking after the Park

  • Loaves 'n' Fishes

    Loaves N Fishes is a Christian charity based in the West Midlands. We are committed to the relief of poverty and all its effects on the people of Sandwell, Dudley and the wider Black Country. We aim to do this by delivering care in the way of furniture, clothes, household items, food and more to help those that need it most. We help them to build a home for themselves and also try to establish links with organisations for their on-going benefit.. Loaves 'n' Fishes is open Monday - Friday 8.30am – 4pm (Please leave an answerphone message after 2.30 pm).

  • North Smethwick Development Trust

    North Smethwick Development Trust provides provides a range of local services and activities from Brasshouse Community Centre. It operates as a development trust and is concerned with the long term rengeneration of the North Smethwick area using an independent community led approach. Its founding ideas are to: facilitate the residents of North Smethwick to actively participate in, and contribute to, the process of improving the qualityof life in the area.

  • Oscott Horticulture Services CIC

    Oscott Horticulture Services is a community interest company, limited by guarantee and not for profit. It aims to provide horticultural and environmental services throughout all sectors. It provides work experience for school leavers and the unemployed.

  • REPC Ltd

    REPC is an Environment Agency registered social enterprise that specialise in recycling IT and related equipment for reuse by charities and community organisations. We collect, data wipe and refurbish computers, but also have a charitable arm which provides education, training and work experience opportunities for children and young people who struggle in mainstream education. We are also a UK online training centre helping people to access the internet for the first time.

  • Salvation Army Cradley Heath

    Place of worship and community centre.

  • Sandwell Allotment Gardeners Association

    Sandwell Allotment Gardeners Association, or SAGA for short, is an independent body working closely with Sandwell MBC on behalf of Allotment Associations in the Borough. It is a voluntary body originally set up to help and advise the Town and Borough Councils on matters relating to allotments. Its remit has changed over the years but its main purpose is still to work with any organisation or individual to further the interests of allotment gardening and allotment holders in the Borough of Sandwell. Particularly, it seeks to promote the formation of self-managing allotment associations and advise and assist in their future growth and wellbeing. The Association is committed to publicising the recreational activity of allotment gardening. It actively promotes allotment gardening as an inclusive activity, regardless of the age, sex, race, creed or disability of aspiring gardeners. Furthermore it is actively committed to the provision of appropriate specialised facilities for any such group as need arises. They are willing to act on behalf of, or intervene on behalf of, any member association in any matter to safeguard the interests of the association and its plot-holders.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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