Our primary function is to unite and transform financially disadvantaged communities by focusing on projects which make a difference to people’s lives in the short term and improve their prospects in the long term.
Provide grants for the purchase of essential household items (white goods, furniture etc). Applicants need to fall into our at least one of our priority areas of - domestic violence, substance/alcohol use, mental health, disability or retirement.
Looking to develop in the area of enriching activities for young people with learning disabilities, encouraging young and not so young people to engage in useful early volunteering and sessional staff work, and offer vocational course to interested people through ASDAN subject to capacity.
SocialBox.Biz, as a part of its social impact digital inclusion initiative, collects disused but still working laptop computers in order to support disadvantaged groups with computers. They work with charities in the areas of homelessness, ex-offenders, young refugees, young people in the care system and…
Soroptimists inspire action and create opportunities to transform the lives of women and girls through a global network of members and international partnerships. Improve the lives and status of women and girls through education, empowerment or enabling opportunities. We will be a global voice for…
Soul Kitchen was set up in December 2017 with the aim of providing a free hot meal to those in need within the local community. The first Soul Food kitchen was opened on Saturday 23rd December 2017 and then served food regularly every 3rd Saturday…
Our environment protected and enhanced by people and communities thinking globally and acting locally for themselves and future generations.
Southall Black Sisters is a not-for-profit organisation set up in 1979 to meet the needs of black (Asian and African-Caribbean) and minority ethnic women. For more than three decades we have been at the forefront of challenging domestic and gender violence locally and nationally.
The centre is visited by about 400 people each day. We offer training, advice and support to our members. We also provide a range of activities including group discussions and seminars, keep fit classes, cultural events, excursions and day trips.
Spark! finds inspiring opportunities for young people to gain work experience, understand the labour market and develop confident enterprise and employability skills.