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  • 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.

  • Emerging Communities Network

    Our aim to relieve poverty among disadvantaged groups from Central and Eastern Europe and neighbouring countries, which include refugees. Emerging Communities Network provide mentoring, befriending and supportive services to newcomers. They deliver information, advice and guidance and make these services accessible in response to the challenges of a migration process. Emerging Communities Network can help migrants from the EU and other countries with specified needs in the process of integration in the UK, for whom English is a second language but are able to speak one of the Eastern European languages, including Russian.

  • Heart of Oldbury Community Hub

    The Heart of Oldbury Community Hub is in the centre of Oldbury Town and shopping area. It is within easy access of the motorway network and within a five minute walk of the bus and railway stations. There is onsite parking at the area of the Hub. Set over two floors, facilities include secure interim access, wheelchair access, offices with IT equipment for hire, kitchen and toilets.Refreshments/catering can be arranged. Long term rental can be negotiated. Heart of Oldbury is used to provide social and community activities that are to benefit to the community for example, food bank, children’s and senior clubs, exercise sessions etc., with the aim of increasing community provision, reducing isolation and exclusion, improving the conditions of resident’s lives.

  • Omega, The National Association for End of Life Care

    Omega is an end of life charity working hard to raise standards in end of life care by supporting caregivers looking after someone with a terminal illness, people who are themselves end of life, and those who have been bereaved. We prioritise those aged over 75 and still caring or bereaved.

  • The Walk of Life (West Midlands)

    To relieve poverty or financial hardship among Polish Roma migrant workers and their dependants living in Sandwell by providing free advice and assistance / to advance the education of Polish Roma migrant workers and their dependants living in Sandwell by providing principally, but not exclusively, English language teaching, IT classes, cookery skills and other forms of vocational training, advice and support / the provision of facilities / recreation or other leisure time occupation.

  • Unity in the Community

    A small voluntary project which has been set up in 2002 to carry out local projects in the community up until 2005, but has recently been revived with new board members to focus on the Yew Tree and Tamebridge area specifically and the Black Country generally.

  • Your Helping Hands

    To further such charitable purposes for the benefit of the public within (the "area of benefit ") as the trustees see fit from time to time in particular but not exclusively by; ( a) Advancing in life and helping young people by providing them with support and activities which develop their skills, Capacities and capabilities to enable them to partcipate in society as mature and responsible individuals. (b) Relieving poverty and relieving those in need , hardship or distress, of health inequalities; (c) The relief of unemployment; and the advancement of education; (d) The Promotion of Civic responsibility and good citizenship.

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