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Search results for The West Midlands region


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  • Just Call 4 Care Services

    Not for profit domicilary care agency.

  • Karu Kyoshi Kan Judo Club (3 K's)

    The judo club is a sports club run and organised by volunteers. Although its main focus is the sport of judo it also teaches etiquette and respect to each other, it is about winning and losing with dignity. The club is open for everyone; we have never bared anyone from becoming a member. We are a community club that provides other activities; such as just visits to other areas within the UK and also foreign countries and we also invite other countries to visit our judo club, this helps our members to take in other peoples cultures. We also provide activities for children in their holidays from school and we also provide judo coaches to teach in other holiday activity centres.

  • Life Charity

    Providing supported housing and counselling and support for pregnancy and all related issues.

  • Local Access Centre

    Local Access Centre Limited is a user led charity. It is committed to provide information, advice, guidance and referral services and facilitate enhancement of skills for our users. Specialising in areas of unemployment, benefits advice, training, money management such as debt advice, financial literacy and enabling users to access services and overcome barriers by providing bespoke services including provision of work related learning for young persons aged 13-25 and foster entrepreneurism skills for all. We support people with disabilities, Black, Asian, Minority and Ethnic groups (BAME), lone parents, elderly, youth and people with long term health conditions. By providing one to one and pairs sessions, focus groups, workshops, mentoring and befriending we ensure that individuals receive help and assistance that best suits our clients and users’ needs. Also we signpost people to other agencies. We ensure our presence is visible within inner city Birmingham communities. We have longstanding relationships with local schools, colleges, Job Centre Plus and various multi-faith institutions. Local Access Centre is keen to foster entrepreneurialism, we also have local SMEs work with us and these business owners value our inputs in what we do by providing work related learning and refer our users to local companies. We are highly adept and experienced in past delivery of similar projects be it in financial literacy, work related learning and community cohesion which have been supported by previous funders. By having multilingual staff, we can confidently penetrate hard to reach groups, especially where English is an additional language. Local Access Centre can provide spoken services in Gujarati please. It gives us the competitive edge over others and also to maximise our volunteer in kind support from our staff, as demonstrated by their skills composite and to give best value to our project. Our opening hours are as follows: Appointment only Mondays to Fridays: 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Evenings by prior arrangement. Closed on weekends and UK bank holidays.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Mentor Link

    Mentor Link is a children's charity that provides one to one monitoring support from a professionally recruited mentor from business or the community. Our mentoring works with young people and schools to: - improve engagement - improve relationships - performance - improve self-esteem - reduce absence and disruption - reduce staff time dealing with pupil issues - adds another service to your pastoral support provision. The charity works with your senior leadership team to provide a flexible, reliable and professional service. Mentor Link work with Primary Schools, High Schools and colleges across the West Midlands.

  • 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


    NACRO runs services nation wide including projects for individuals and communities, research and training for people and organisations helping to reduce crime. For nearly 40 plus years NACRO has been running programmes such as Reaching Out, an outreach programme, aimed at providing disengaged young people with opportunities to learn new skills. NACRO also run training courses in a range of vocational areas.

  • National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Associations

    We are a group of ex-service men and women who meet on a regular basis for companionship and company. We visit schools and lecture on times past, regarding historically about being in the armed forces 1948 to date. We attend funerals on request providing our branch standard for those ex-service people who pass away usually requested by the person who has passed on. We visit older ex service people o provide company who are housebound and try to provide comfort where possible. We try to encourage younger people to look after the elderly of todays society especially those living alone.

  • NICE - Centre for Movement Disorders

    NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders is a leading UK charity that works to transform the lives of children and adults with incurable neurological movement disorders, such as cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis, as well as people who have suffered a stroke. Through an innovative educational system known as Conductive Education (CE), we provide direct services through our Pre-School (ages 0 to 5), Red Boots Primary school, Intensive Movement Training Placements and Adult-based rehabilitation service. CE originates from Hungary, and involves movement based programmes that enable people to develop their everyday life skills, leading to increased levels of personal independence, heightened confidence and highlighting that having a disability is no barrier to attaining achievement and success. CE helps people develop ways of overcoming any physical impairments they may have. CE gives children and young people the best start in life, helping to prepare them for life’s challenges. For adults, it helps them to regain skills they may have lost after being diagnosed with a disability. NICE supports over 600 people across the West Midlands and the wider UK.

  • 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.


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