Didcot TRAIN Youth Project (TRAIN) works to provide Detached Youth Work on Didcots streets. The aims of the Detached Youth Work are to befriend and build trust with young people 11 - 18 years of age in Didcot, who are disaffected from existing youth provisions. We also work with the schools and other youth organizations to achieve this. Following from earlier successs, TRAIN is working with ex young offenders to help break the cycle of reoffending in a project called Restart. Thank you for your interest and support. To make a donation please click on the links to do so....THANK YOU
The CSRF is a national charity dedicated to supporting retired civil servants, their partners and dependants. We operate a range of local and national services to support beneficiaries in tackling issues in later life.
Home-Start Cotswolds is a local charity, which provides regular support, friendship and practical help for young families in the Cotswold District Council area. Each year Home-Start Cotswolds aims to support at least 60 families in the area. Our volunteers visit families weekly and work alongside parents, in their own homes, to help them cope with the stresses and strains of life. Home-Start works because our trained volunteers are parents and they understand how hard it can be to bring up young children. Our service is available to families in the Cotswold District Council area who have at least one child under the age of 5 years. We support families experiencing issues such as loneliness and isolation because they have no family or friends nearby; family illness or bereavement; exhaustion and despair caused by the demands of several preschool children or multiple births.
Ashford & Tenterden Samaritans is your local branch of the charity. Were a charity in our own right, apart from the national organisation, we therefore do all our own fundraising. Samaritans Vision is that that fewer people die by suicide. We hope to achieve this by "being there" 24/7 for anyone in emotional distress.
See Me Excel has been set up to provide funding and small grants to disabled athletes and disability sports clubs from grass roots level upwards. We believe that everyone has the right to have access to and particapate in sport at all levels. Participating in sports is great for fitness, but also confidence. Our mission is to enable all disabled people to take part in sports by providing funding and small grants to athletes and sports clubs.
Brighouse District Scouts, Charity fundraising for participants of International Jamboree's
Honour Our Troops Objectives Assist serving and former serving members of the armed forces of the Crown and their dependents by providing relief from hardship, sickness, distress and bereavement, but not exclusively by making grants to other charities established for similar purposes. The promotion of military efficiency of the armed forces of the Crown by raising their morale and spirits in particular, but not exclusively, by organising public events in honour and for the benefit of serving members and in memory of those who have died or been injured in armed conflict. To advance the education of young people who are members of cadet organisations affiliated to the armed forces of the Crown by making charitable grants to those organisations to enable them to develop educational and training programs for cadets. Past, Present and Future HOT Home Why not catch us on Facebook HOT Group HOT Supporters Page Or Tweet us HOT Twitter
The Friends of Bnei Akiva is a registered charity whose stated aims are to promote Jewish religious education and provide educational and vocational training for Jewish youth. Friends of Bnei Akiva works closely, in a spirit of friendship and co-operation, with Bnei Akiva. Its members, made up of parents, former members and well-wishers, fundraise for capital projects, as well as supporting Bnei Akiva with funds for its educational work. Friends of Bnei Akiva also provide grants for needy individual children to go towards the cost of various Bnei Akiva camps, Israel trips, and other events. Only in Britain is there this unique partnership spanning the generations. It happens in no other country and for no other movement.
Stroke Care for Newbury and West Berkshire is an independent local charity established in 1993 which grew out of Newbury Stroke Club. Our primary aim is to provide relief and practical support to people throughout West Berkshire who have suffered the effects of a stroke. In addition to our Family Support Team which focuses on making contact with stroke survivors in hospital, we have two main Stroke Support Groups (at Woolhampton and Shaw), which have an emphasis on aftercare, rehabilitation and confidence building. The Stroke Support Groups have a club type environment where individual goals are set to target recovery. Core activities include cognitive exercises, physiotherapy, fellowship, hydrotherapy, and speech therapy. We manage Hydrotherapy and Speakability groups, and sponsor dedicated Outpatient Physiotherapy at West Berks Community Hospital. In addition there are opportunities for carers and partners to meet for fellowship and to gather information and advice.
Wakefield Cathedral is a thriving Anglican Cathedral in the heart of Wakefield City Centre. A Grade 1 Listed medieval church we exist to worship God and serve our community. We are seeking to develop our mission and serve God in new and innovative ways in the coming years. Project 2013 is one part of this, redeveloping the building to make it open to all. Please join us in creating an exciting future for the Church in Wakefield. Further information on all we do is available at www.wakefieldcathedral.org.uk. You can follow all the work going on in the Cathedral by looking at www.366days.org.uk where different photographers are taking photos of the life of the Cathedral every day throughout 2012.