Resource centre for local history and family history
To further the Object of The Boys’ Brigade and in doing so to help and educate children and young people in their leisure time activities to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capabilities that they grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society and that they improve their standards and conditions of life undertaking a programme of activity and any such methods which may include sports, adventure and learning to be of value in the personal development of its members.
Workers Co-operative, working with adults with a learning disability – gardening and grounds maintenance service
ENABLE- a tier 2 weight management service and FAB- a family weight management programme, supporting children and adults
Working in partnership with organisations to get the physically inactive active
Social support services for older people including benefit checks, day services, active ageing activities, falls prevention, advocacy. Restaurant and social groups, telephone and face to face befriending, home support services (not CQC). Exercise and gym facilities including hydrotherapy.
A home visiting befriending scheme for older housebound individuals in the comfort of their own home.
Information and support for carers and people living with dementia. Available by phone or face to face. Also Memory cafes and Singing for the Brain groups
Advice and support for people affected by dementia and their families
Working across the north of England, supporting adults and young people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions
Social action projects focused on inclusion and diversity in the Avenues area of Hull, according to need.
Engaging BME communities in particular at grassroots level through listening, sharing and ultimately bringing them together to find solutions to Recycling & waste, energy-saving, local food production etc, and further develop and deliver environmental education-interpretation training programmes to BME groups and centres in Hull and East riding of Yorkshire.
Bayswater Court is a multi-storey block ( 90 flats within), with a room we call “ The Pop In”, we have functions, games, crafts, run tombola’s, raffles anything to help raise our funds. We are 4 volunteers, our aim is to get the people ( majority over 60 ) out of there flats and into something to keep them motivated in there retired age. Our biggest project at the moment is to get our 496 sq mtr communal garden in use for them to do outdoor activities.
The British Red Cross Independent Living Services provide valuable time-limited care and support to vulnerable people, helping them live independently in their own homes. Our services can help prevent people reaching crisis point.
Adult Health and Social Care provider, delivering employability services
Support for learning disabled
We provide environments and deliver activities which enable children and young people to identify and realise both their aspirations and their potential
Provides generalist (access to asylum support, welfare benefits, accommodation, education) and specialist immigration advice to emerging communities.
The Liaison & Diversion Service aims to reduce re-0ffending by supporting those who have come into contact with the Criminal Justice System. We have staff based in Police Custody to screen offenders, who refer onto support staff. We intend to utilise volunteers to provide a befriending style and mentoring service through one-to-one support with lived experience peer support volunteers students and graduates who are or have studied related subjects to do the same. Community Links has teamed up with Inspire North and Foundation and works in collaboration with Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust to deliver this initiative which is intended to be facilitated initially over a six year period. Community Links is primarily a Mental Health Charity offering a number of projects intended to improve mental health and wellbeing across Hull and the Humber.
Delivering a range of sexual health and wellbeing services to young people aged 13-20.
Delivering support to young people and parents around Child Sexual Exploitation. Delivering arrange of support services to adults working in commercial sex industry, including domestic abuse, housing general health issues. Delivering training on sexual health and CSE to workers across public and voluntary sectors.
Makes financial awards to people with a learning disability. Available to applicants who attended, or currently live in the catchment area of the former Grovehill Day Centre, Beverley
Day care opportunities for disabled and those with mental health issues. Activities include animal care, horticulture, woodland and orchard work and building and construction
Dove House is the only adult hospice in the Hull & East Riding area, providing specialist palliative care, day hospice services, physiotherapy, outpatient clinics, pain and symptom management, respite care, occupational therapy, complimentary therapy and a Hospice Neighbours Scheme.
For information about volunteering for Dove House contact
Joy Harvie – 07773 221 472 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dove House provide twice monthly wellbeing days for carers and those they are caring for to enjoy a day of relaxation and fun. Carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of therapies while their loved ones continue to be cared for on-site by trained caring professionals.
The sessions will run on Tuesdays from 10am-3pm, and carers will have the opportunity to enjoy a range of complimentary therapies, quiet time to themselves in our beautiful gardens, share a light lunch with their loved ones, together with a range of activities such as arts and crafts, board games, relaxation sessions.
The Drop the Knife Community Interest Company has been incorporated in order to deliver a cohesive educational programme on anti knife crime into primary and secondary schools, colleges and community based organisations across the UK
Developing the waterways in partnership with govt, communities and vol orgs
We are a community farm (with a range of farm animals) open to the public for free visits.
We have always provided day placements for adults with learning difficulties and/or mental health issues who are able to fund these placements through social services.
We have become a part of the Connect Well (Hull) project because of our history of helping people who perhaps have low self-esteem, depression or loneliness issues, or perhaps just want to feel less isolated while carrying out healthy outdoor activities around farming and gardening.
The Connect Well project allows us to offer short (eight week) programmes of activities here at the farm and experience a range of the day to day work activities that we carry out here in a non-pressured friendly atmosphere and hopefully gain some of the therapeutic benefits that we regularly see in our long term clients.
Providing support to the volunteer management groups of village halls and rural community buildings
VCS Infrastructure organisation
PA support, trips and outings, activity sessions, family support, training
Offers running, fitness walking, cycling, junior athletics and buggy session activities. Open to men, women and children
Provides regular events and activities in libraries and community venues to bring together library users and others who are housebound and socially isolated
Social friendship group.
Informal opportunities for meeting friends, relaxing and having light refreshments .
A range of mixed activities are available and are offered to members for them to choose to take part.
Regular outings are arrange with members involved in the selection and decision of destinations.
Previous examples have included Sewerby Hall, Burton Agnes, and Bridlington. Last Christmas 2017 we had Christmas dinner at a local venue and was a great success with all members agreeing for us to return this year.
All members are encouraged to offer ideas for activities to enhance their club.
One to One befriending, social club, exercise group, Independent Living
Youth Employment Initiative funded Projects: DO IT project, Create to Change and Single Parents project –
Our projects engage with young adults aged 16- 29 years. A key worker will help them meet their personal, social, educational and employment goals and identify and overcome any barriers that they may fOctagonace in life such as financial, mental health and housing issues through internal and external provisions. We offer a wide variety of activity and support across our projects including workshops, training and placement opportunities both paid or voluntary and our flexible programme is designed to support those out of work or education and engage them into something meaningful. Catering, radio, employability skills, ESOL, music, arts and sport are just some of the activities that members can engage with. If you are interested or know somebody that is; then please do get in touch for an informal chat about what you can get involved with!
Tailored disability sessions with specially trained marshalls
Services to young people aged 9-25 across Hull’s West Locality including open access youth sessions, outreach/detached work, single sex sessions, domestic abuse awareness sessions, employability groups, sports and drama/dance. We also rent out rooms to groups.