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  • Sandwell African Women Association (SAWA)

    SAWA was set up to provide advice, support and training to disadvantaged African Women refugees and children from Sandwell. The group has four main programmes: Advice and Support, Community Development, Health Advocacy and Refugees and Migrants Forum.

  • Sandwell Community Information and Participation Service (SCIPS)

    SCIPS provide support, information, training and advocacy to tenants, residents and community groups in Sandwell.

  • Sandwell Confederation of Indians

    Sandwell Confederation of Indians is a voluntary umbrella organisation. We follow an holistic approach, thus we identify and look after every aspect of the community's needs, for example: health, education, leisure & environment. We help tackle local issues and Sandwell borough wide. Our projects also identify needs to serve the disadvantaged communities in Sandwell. To increase the average life expectancy of people in Sandwell and improve their lifestyle. We help everyone, including black & ethnic minority communities. To help promote community cohesion, racial harmony, tackle social exclusion (especially BME groups, young, men, eldery and women) improve health and trying to empower the community and increase community involvement.

  • 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.

  • Sandwell University of the Third Age

    Eight active interest groups which provide social, leisure and educational facilities that enable older people in Sandwell to live creative and fulfilled lives.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI)

    Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI) is a voluntary self help organisation consulting with the council and other service providers to improve the lives of all visually impaired people living or working in Sandwell. Additionally we seek to limit isolation of the visually impaired community by encouraging social interaction, presently with the production of a quarterly newsletter, invites to quarterly speaker led / social meetings; and a fully accessible website of information on visual impairment issues, social enterprise training in visual impairment awareness and consultation.

  • Sandwell Welfare Trust

    Sandwell Welfare Trust is relatively new organisation started last Jan 2006. It aims to support and empower deprived members of ethnic minority groups ,particularly the Bangladeshi community, to allow them equal access to mainstream opportunities by advice and counselling, relief of sickness and distress, advancement of education, skills training, family workshop, music and drama workshops etc.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sandwell Young Carers

    Registered Charity set up to identify & support young carers aged 5 -18 yrs. Whose education, health & social lives are affected by caring for a dependant family member. We provide one to one & group support, youth & play clubs, offsites & residentials.

  • Shelter

    National Charity We are a local 'branch' and provide Housing advice to anyone who is homeless or in bad housing. Supporter number (for donation, fundraising and general queries) 0300 330 1234

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