The Emily Ffion Trust is in its early stages. We look to support suddenly bereaved families through the unexpected loss of a child. Families who are struggling to come to terms with the devastating changes that this loss creates. We will ensure that the tragic loss of our Emily will not be in vain.
Options provides free, non-directive support to anyone facing unplanned pregnancy or struggling following a pregnancy loss or an abortion. Our sessions are client led and provide a safe environment for women, partners and family members to talk about their thoughts and emotions.
We exist to provide real change for the poorest communities here in Malawi, where sadly people are dying needlessly. Our vision is to build medical, training and education centres, houses for widows and orphans and provide opportunities for men to support their families so they aren't torn apart.
Working With Men (WWM) is a specialist charity supporting positive male activity, engagement and involvement. WWM has expertise in the challenges and solutions in working with boys and men who are socially or economically disadvantaged, marginalised or isolated. Our interventions focus on the transitional times in life such as starting school, getting a job or becoming a parent; these are the times when men and boys are most likely to encounter challenges and therefore most likely to engage or seek help. Our aim is to significantly reduce the number of boys and men, particularly from socially excluded or disadvantaged backgrounds, who are unable to achieve their full potential to become productive and active members of society.
The objectives of the Charity are: The promotion of social inclusion and the provision of education among deaf children and their families in Bristol and the surrounding area, who may be excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of being deaf (where deaf is defined as mild to profound hearing loss) by: Providing workshops, forums, and general advice for deaf families Providing social and emotional support, recreational facilities and opportunities for deaf families Providing, or supporting access to the provision of, services supporting deaf families, by working with other relevant agencies
Nirvanavan Foundation educates over 500 children in the countryside of Rajsthan, India. They have twelve schools, ten of them situated in villages of the Nat and Kanjer communities where all the women are prostitutes. Educating the children will hopefully provide them some choice as they grow up.
Situated in a 24 acre Victorian Cemetery in North Liverpool using farm animals, food growing, conservation, social history and play/youth work to engage young people, children and families and vulnerable adults. Our aim is that everybody has the right to self respect , learn, develop, live in a decent environment and to contribute positively to their community . l
Goldsmiths: putting the centre back in our community.*CROWD-FUNDING CAMPAIGN KICKED OFF WITH A £1065 DONATION FROM GOLDSMITHS DANCE ACADEMY XMAS PANTO PROCEEDS!* Goldsmiths Community Association manage Goldsmiths Community Centre, a valuable and valued centre in one of the most deprived areas of London. The centre has served the local community for over 75 years. Early in 2015 the discovery of asbestos led to the full closure of the venue. The trustees of GCA were delighted to announce the reopening of part of the building in September 2015 and are now committed to fundraising to achieve refurbishment of the whole building so that it is fit to serve future generations. Please watch take 15 minutes of your time to watch our new campaign film / documentary which details the history and importance of the Centre and our battle to keep the doors open. The film can be watched by clicking the youtube link below. Charity No: 1141475 Find out more Website http://www.goldsmithscommunitycentre.org.uk/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Goldsmiths-Community-Association-1542139629389400/ Twitter https://twitter.com/GoldsmithsSE6 YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLYz7KdSlvI
Trócaire envisages a just and peaceful world where people's dignity is ensured and rights are respected, basic needs are met and resources are shared equitably, people have control over their own lives and those in power act for the common good.
Thank you for visiting the Brighton & Hove CAP Centre's profile page on MyDonate.The Brighton & Hove CAP Debt centre is brought to you by the Brighton Light Trust. The Brighton & Hove CAP Centre 'Bringing freedom from debt'
The Seahorse Trust was set up to conserve and preserve Seahorses through studying them in the wild, in captivity and through education. We have already made a big difference by getting both types of British Seahorses protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act and with your help we can do more. Seahorses are endangered in the wild for a number of reasons such as habitat loss and worse still the Traditional Medicine trade where in excess of 6o million are taken from the sea every year. Here at the trust we aim to make a difference for Seahorses, for the marine environment and for the future, the more that is donated the more we can do. So please dig deep, put on an event to raise funds and lets all make a change for the better in our marine world.
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We are a registered charity designed to help reduce food waste and feed families for less in and around Stoke-on-Trent.
SNAPS is an independent, Leeds based, registered charity founded in 2004 and run by parents of children with special needs, disabilities and life limiting illnesses. Families of children with special needs with one or more complex health condition face significant barriers to mainstream leisure, social and employment opportunities. SNAPS address this by providing non judgmental “whole family” based support and currently reach more than 350 families from across the Yorkshire Region. SNAPS gives each and every child, their parents and carers, unconditional friendship and is dedicated to realising the full potential of each and every family affected by disability. Many of Snaps families with children have life limiting and complex disabilities, many sadly do not live past their 10th year, therefore every day is precious. Snaps is unique in that it allows any family with a disability to benefit from its services without the requirement of a completed disability assessment as this can take years and can involve more than 100 professionals. This can mean that parents are unable to seek any statutory support, even if this were available. Through taking part in “whole family” centred activities, we challenge and reduce social exclusion, by working in collaboration with current and fledgling community groups, immobilising and sharing community support aimed at improving health, fitness and social inclusion of families of children with disabilities, special needs, and complex life limiting health conditions. Every penny raised for SNAPS is gratefully received and frugally spent running practical services, directly benefiting Yorkshire families. Snaps is largely staffed by an army of volunteers and parents who give their time generously to provide vital services.Funding is crucial to enable us to continue our service and meet the needs of a long waiting list of more than 100 parents, desperately seeking to access our life changing service. We are truly grateful for support.