Amaani Tallawah African Caribbean Mental Health Service
Drop-in centre and tenancy support for people from the African Caribbean communities aged 18+ who are living in social housing and who have mental health problems. Social group. Advocacy and signposting. Service users are visited by project staff up to twice a week and offered support around tenancy sustainment, living skills, specialist mental health support and befriending. . . . Read More
Belvoir Castle Cricket Trust is a registered charity focussed on getting young people active and engaged in the countryside. . . . Read More
Betel of Britain is a group of caring, not-for-profit Christian communities in the heart of the UK dedicated to restoring homeless and long-term unemployed people to healthy, independent lifestyles. . . . Read More
BLESMA (British Limbless Ex Service Men's Association) is the national charity for limbless serving and ex service men and women and their dependants and widows. . . . Read More
'Broxtowe Youth Homeless visit schools, youth groups and colleges around the Broxtowe borough of Nottingham and the surrounding areas and explore the issue of homelessness, aiming to prevent young people from becoming homeless and inform young people of their options and provide emergency assistance if they do become homeless. Their work is rapidly expanding into other areas such as Erewash and Amber Valley. . . . Read More
The Canaan Trust specialises in providing accommodation with support staff to those who would otherwise be homeless. . . . Read More
Cerebral Palsy Sport promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for people with a disability and especially those who have cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the sports organisation for people with cerebral palsy, providing sporting opportunities to individuals of all ages and at all levels from the recreational right through to paralympic competition. . . . Read More
The Cricket Foundation launched Chance to Shine in May 2005 and set out to bring competitive cricket - and its educational benefits - back to at least a third of the countryâ€™s state schools initially over a ten . . . Read More
Children who wouldn't normally have a holiday join them for a fun action packed outdoor camping adventure in the Derbyshire countryside. Dedicated, committed and above all enthusiastic volunteers give the children a little happiness in 10 days of fun and memories they will look back upon and smile about for years to come. . . . Read More
Having identified the Dolly Parton Imagination Library as an effective way of helping to reach their goal they plan to raise sufficient funds to enable as many children as possible under the age of 5 to receive a free book through the post every month. . . . Read More
Dove Cottage Day Hospice is situated in the beautiful Vale of Belvoir. We areÂ an independent organisation offering high quality palliative day care to those people living in NE Leicestershire, Rutland and SE Nottinghamshire with supportive and palliative care needs, living with advanced progressive life limiting illness.
Endeavour provides challenge and inspiration to young people excluded from society across the UK. Through a range of targeted programmes it helps them take control of their future, to set and achieve their goals. Every young person can have a worthwhile future, whatever their past. Endeavour provides that missing support and challenges young people to conquer their fears. . . . Read More
'Opening doors to homeless and vulnerable people'. 'How lives can be changed with the right framework'.
Framework supports more than 8,000 people each year - helping people avoid crisis, helping people in crisis and helping people through their crisis. Those who go to Framework include rough sleepers, people escaping domestic violence, former members of the armed services, care leavers, and people with drug, alcohol and mental health problems. . . . Read More
Helping children onto the road out of poverty.
Our mission is to create lasting and sustainable change for the poorest children of Peru by giving them a real chance to step onto the road out of poverty.
Home-Start Newark helps families with young children deal with whatever life throws at them. . . . Read More
HOPEâ€™s mission is to promote social inclusion, tackle disadvantage, homelessness and the causes of homelessness, and ensure there are pathways for positive lifestyle choices, for those who are outside of mainstream services. . . . Read More
The Kirkby Trust is a registered charity (number 1040068) and company limited by guarantee (registration number 02951975) serving Ashfield in Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas.
We provide educational, recreational and social activities for young people and their families and we provide support and accommodation to homeless 16 - 25 year olds. . . . Read More
Missing People are a lifeline when someone disappears. We are caring and highly trained staff and volunteers working in collaboration with partners across the UK. . . . Read More
The MusicSpace Trust is a registered charity founded in 1989.It provides music therapy for children and adults in their own communities. . . . Read More
Each local Crimebeat scheme encourages groups of young people to develop their ideas on crime reduction and turn them into successful projects. . . . Read More
Newark Emmaus Trust is a local independent charity that has been providing accommodation with care, support and training to single homeless young people since 1994.
Many local young people have been positively supported to develop the skills that they need and have moved on with confidence to independent accommodation within the local community.
We provide a temporary home for vulnerable single homeless young people aged 16-25 years that is safe and secure. . . . Read More
Domestic Violence is deeply embedded in our culture and is one of the most prevalent and damaging crimes, accounting for 25% of all violent crime.
Domestic Violence does not respect race, geography, social background or similar factors. Victims and perpetrators can be women or men and it can occur in any relationship. . . . Read More
The youth work department of Nottinghamshire YMCA specialises in delivering creative arts and digital media provision to disadvantaged to young people in both the City and the County. We pride ourselves on offering unique and innovate programmes to young people from all ages and backgrounds. Our main aim is to use informal education as a tool to help teach young people new skills as well as valuable life skills. . . . Read More
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is the county's leading conservation charity run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife, with over 70 nature reserves - part of a UK network of 47 local Wildlife Trusts working to protect wildlife.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust serves as the first line of defence for wild species and habitats in the county. . . . Read More
Supporting families of children and young people diagnosed with cancer, leukaemia and brain tumours, receiving treatment at the Nottingham Childrensâ€™ Hospital PASIC, or Parentâ€™s Association for Seriously Ill Children, was formed in 1977 by parents and a hospital consultant. . . . Read More
Since 1989, Prisoners Education Trust has been providing access to broader learning opportunities for prisoners, to enhance their chances of building a better life after release.
We do this through a grants programme which assists over 2,000 prisoners each year to study distance learning courses in subjects and levels not available in prison. We also provide advice and support, and we make the case for improving policy and practice. . . . Read More
POW Nottingham is a model PEER led charity that promotes health and dignity in prostitution through empowerment, support and peer education.
Near to it's 20th Anniversary, POW continues to provide a diverse range of direct services via the drop-in and outreach provisions in a relaxed, safe and informal setting. . . . Read More
Established in 1856Â the Sea Cadets was created by communities wanting to give young people instruction on a naval theme. . . . Read More
SHIEFTON YOUTH GROUP & SUPPLEMENTARY SCHOOL is a voluntary organisation and a registered charity (Charity Number: 1051447).
Based at the Radford Unity Complex in the Radford/Lenton area of Nottingham, many of our clientele are from the surrounding areas of:Hyson GreenRadfordLentonSherwoodThe MeadowsSt. AnnsBilboroughBroxtoweTop Valley
Shiefton Youth Group (SYG) was formed in June 1983. . . . Read More
St Anns Advice Centre is an organisation which has been running for over 20 years. We currently have over 20 staff dedicated to giving advice on debt, welfare benefits, employment, housing and homelessness.
St Anns Advice Centre/The Neighbourhood Centre, where we are based, was hand built by volunteers to provide a place for the local community. A place where the public could receive advice and take part in activities. . . . Read More
CHANGE LIVES THROUGH FOOTBALL
Street League is one of the most exciting, dynamic and fastest-growing charities in the UK. We specialise in changing the lives of disadvantaged young people through the power of football.
Originally founded as an organisation working with homeless people in 2001, we now work with 16 to 25-year-olds who are not in employment, education and training (NEET), including young offenders and substance misusers. . . . Read More
Sueâ€™s Place is run by a committed team of friendly, supportive and professional people who are qualified to help with the grieving process brought on by death, divorce or separation.
It offers a welcoming and safe environment and is open to children aged 3 to 18 and their families. . . . Read More
The development of young people is central to everything we do and we are proud of our excellent reputation for providing good qualityservices to young people. . . . Read More
The Zone Youth Project was founded in 1995, since then The Zone has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of the young people we work with through out the city of Nottingham. We aim to give young people the opportunity to express themselves and to widen their horizons. . . . Read More
We share a mission of mutual prosperity with Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club, a first class county playing professional cricket at the highest level, and Trent Bridge, the Club’s historic home and a regular venue . . . Read More
Vitalise is a national charity providing short breaks (respite care) and other services for people with physical disabilities, visually impaired people, and carers.
We offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK.
'The Home from Hospital Service - helping older people to recuperate on their return home'.