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  • 20th Walsall (St Margaret's) Scout Group

    Part of the world wide Scout Association. This is a multi-ethnic organisation staffed by volunteers catering for youths of both sexes aged 6 - 19 (and if you are a leader or volunteer until you are 66). We are moving to our new base at Great Barr Community Hub in September 2010. This is a new building paid for by Big Lottery Grant under the Community Building Fund. The Scout Group won this grant 2 years ago and is open for bookings from any voluntary sector group or charitable organisation subject to be acted by the Great Barr Community Hub Management Group

  • 888 Squadron

    The Oldbury Air Cadet group are based in Langley. The air cadets are the countries largest youth organisation. They run various different courses for the young people as well as provide a lot of community work.

  • Action on Hearing Loss

    RNID aims to support UK\'s 9 million deaf and hard of hearing people by breaking down barriers to opportunity and fulfilment. Our vision is \'A world where deafness or hearing loss do not limit or determine opportunity and where people value their hearing'. Our activities revolve around three strategic themes: ensuring the rights and opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing people to lead a full life:promoting hearing health, preventing hearing loss, curing deafness: removing the stigma of deafness. RNID supports its beneficiary group in a number of ways, for example: campaigning and lobbying to change the laws and government policies: providing information and raising awareness of deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus: training courses and consultancy on deafness and disability: communication services including sign language interpreters, lip-speakers, speech-to-text operators: training of interpreters and speech-to-text operators: seeking lasting change in education for deaf children and young people: employment programmes to help deaf people into work: residential and community services for deaf people with special needs: typetalk, the national telephone relay service for deaf and hard of hearing people: equipment and products for deaf and hard of hearing people: social, medical and technical research. RNID has 97 years experience of supporting deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the UK.

  • African French Speaking Community Support (AFSCS)

    AFSCS is a front line voluntary organisation which principally operates in the Soho/Victoria area of Smethwick. Its beneficiaries are mainly from French speaking countries of Africa living in Sandwell and Birmingham. It provides a comprehensive range of advice and information on a wide range of issues such as applying for citizenship; benefit checks and money matters, housing matters; immigration matters; anti-social behaviour, Job search, reducing social isolation and Befriending.

  • Age UK Sandwell

    A Borough-wide campaigning and support service for older people. Current services include: Advice and Information service and help with benefits. This is provided at out-reach sites throughout the borough, at Libraries and Community Centres. A Handyperson Scheme: provided through our partner organisation Birmingham Age UK. This offers small practical help with the home. Financial and insurance services and an Advocacy Service, targeted at people in residential accommodation. Age UK Sandwell is actively involved as a pressure group to aid the well-being and active involvement of all older people. Age UK Sandwell also • provide a range of activities aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of older people in Sandwell • deliver talks in the community to target key health issues • hold events and activities to raise awareness of health campaigns and local health initiatives • develop and maintain partnerships with other voluntary and statutory organisations to ensure services are developed and promoted in co-ordination. Age UK Sandwell is volunteering organisation. All the Services above are provided thought-out the six towns of Sandwell

  • Al - Islah Community Trust

    Self Help Voluntary Organisation. Advice to people on health & education in the local area. Caring for families and community

  • All Saints Church, West Bromwich

    Church of England Parish Church As well as usual worship, weddings, baptisms and funerals we have a children's club, scouts, brownies and guides, luncheon club, drama group, choir, bell ringers, historical society and schools work, parent & toddlers. Young at Heart Widow/Widowers Club: 1 pm on Monday afternoons.

  • Alzheimer's Society

    Charity providing services and support for people with Dementia, their Carers and Family. The Alzheimer Society offer services to Sandwell residents including online resources, 24 hour helpline and dementia friendly communities initiative.

  • Aquarius Family Service

    Aquarius Kinship Care provides support to grandparents, aunts or uncles or adult brothers and sisters who look after the children of an alcohol or drug using parents (sometimes called 'kinship carers'). This may include doing a bit of babysitting to support an alcohol or drug using parent, right through to a formal kinship care arrangement where the children live with a family member full time.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Autism West Midlands - Sandwell

    Autism West Midlands is the leading charity in the West Midlands for people with autism. We use our passion and expertise to enrich the lives of people with autism and those who love and care for them. Our passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and abilities, providing direct support to people with autism. Our mission is to provide specialist support and advice to people of all ages with autism and their families, living in the West Midlands, enabling them to meet their full potential. We have been providing support services to families and individuals with autism for over 30 years including residential homes, supported living and community based supported living which provides support to individuals in their own homes. We operate six services across the West Midlands which provide residential care to adults with autism. Our Community supported Living Service provides specialist support that enables people with autism to maintain independence, develop relationships and learn new skills within the community. We offer a range of support services to families and carers of children with autism. We offer a range of services to individuals who are seeking a diagnosis, newly diagnosed or coming to terms with their Autism. We have an information helpline, we offer community based advice sessions for parents and information and visual resources are available to view online or download.

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