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

Search results for The West Midlands region


  • Birmingham Epilepsy Social Club

    Birmingham Epilepsy Social Club meets at St Peter's & St Johns Church, Darnley Road, Ladywood, one Thursday evening per month, between 5 pm and 8.30 pm. The club has been running for over 50 years and it trying to attract new members. The function of the club is to provide recreational facilities for people with Epilepsy, their relatives and friends. They can come and just socialise, or talk over matters with the other members. Membership is open to anyone over 16 years old. Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. The Club is governed by a committee comprising of a Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Welfare Officer and Social Secretary. The Committee is answerable to its membership and seek re-election annually. Annual subscriptions are accepted during the month of January, and in order to seek for a subsidy on the club functions, members must be fully paid up.

  • Brook Street Community Centre

    Community Centre available for private hire, as well as providing a variety of activities run by community and voluntary organisations for the local community

  • Friends of Sandwell Shopmobility (F.O.S.S)

    F.O.S.S. a voluntary group raising funds and supplying equipment i.e. mobility aids for the disabled, elderly and people with special needs in the Sandwell area. To create an awareness of F.O.S.S to all of its services.

  • Just Call 4 Care Services

    Not for profit domicilary care agency.

  • Murray Hall Community Trust

    Murray Hall Community Trust is a registered charity set up as part of the Governments City Challenge Regeneration Programme in July 1994. Support includes domestic care, respite care, information, advocacy, counselling, complementary therapy, volunteer befrienders and volunteer transport. Murray Hall runs several projects: Bridges Support Service Compassionate Communities Therapeutic Services Community Offer Go Play Sandwell Starting Well: Maternity Support Service Sandwell Warm Space

  • 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.

  • Pride of Sandwell (Narrowboat for the Community) Trust

    Own, Maintain & Operate narrowboat on West Midlands canals to provide day trips, breaks & holidays to disadvantaged / disabled persons from Sandwell. Boat has full facilities to allow use by wheelchair bound passengers.

  • 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.

  • Sandwell Patient Experience Forum

    Our aims are to provide a Forum to work together to suggest improvements to services from evidential trends and not just anecdotal evidence. To promote equal opportunities for all within the areas of authority. To use the knowledge and experience of the Forum to explore how the appropriate agency could further improve the provision of Heath and Social Care experiences for patients and carers.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • STEP

    Training and Education Project including STEP day care nursery, after school club and Asian community health programme.

    This organisation is dormant.