Sneinton Alchemy

“Sneinton Alchemy is a CIC (Community Interest Company) run by locals that works for the benefit of the community, to improve the neighbourhood and support local enterprise.”
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Sneinton-alchemy

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oblong

“We are a Leeds based community development charity whose purpose is to help people and communities flourish.
Oblong has developed a unique and effective style of flat management which ensures everyone we work with has an equal partnership and voice in our development.”

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Oblong

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KBT Volunteers

“For nearly 60 years, Keep Britain Tidy
has inspired people to take action in their
communities.
At a time when public services in the places
we live and work are being severely cut, we
decided it was more important than ever
to find out what motivates people to get
involved in improving the places they love.”
Find out more..

Keep Britain Tidy

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Benefits of Volunteering

“We have developed this website to promote what we do and to ensure that our services are accessible to as many groups as possible. Here you will find details of all our services and the types of support we provide for voluntary organisations and community groups in South Tyneside. There is also information about our projects which we hope you will find of interest.

The website itself connects with our new Facebook page South Tyneside CVS, so we can bring you the latest news and events, sources of funding and much more. We’d like this website to be as interactive as possible so please let us know what you would like to have added to the site. You can also contact us with questions and queries.”

Benefits of Volunterring

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Meadows

“Meadowwell Connected is a community hub serving the two highest areas of deprivation in North Tyneside and in the top 5% in England (IMD), where 63% of households experience deprivation, with 14.5% of those in three dimensions or more.” To read more…

meadowwellconnected

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Action with Communities in Rural England

“Action with Communities in Rural England is the national voice for the 38 rural community councils who make up the country’s largest rural network. Together, we reach 52,000 grassroots organisations in 11,000 rural communities.” To find out more…

Acre

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Impetus – Improving wellbeing and quality of life for vulnerable adults

“an independent organisation delivering a range of services aimed at improving the wellbeing and quality of life of vulnerable adults across the City.

Our work enables users to access appropriate statutory services, reduce their isolation and exercise positive choices about their lives.

Through our work, the health and wellbeing of our users is improved, statutory services become more responsive to their needs and the work of our volunteers helps build stronger community connections.

We work closely in partnership with many other voluntary sector organisations to deliver services.”

bh-impetus.org/blog

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Working with young people

“Working with young people has many benefits but it can be challenging too. Here we share our learning in a series of best practice guides. You can also find more information about engaging young people in your projects.”

Young People

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Working with young people: Roles and responsibilities

“Working with young people: Roles and responsibilities, we look at the roles that are taken when working with young people. We focus on what those working with young people actually do, starting with some analysis of roles. We show that, in the context of work with young people, the term is more than simply a statement about who does what: it also says something about the kinds of relationships we form with young people and the values we bring to our work. We then move on to discuss roles in relation to the ‘bigger picture’ of organisations and projects that are concerned with young people.”

Working with young people: Roles and responsibilities

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