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Our directory lists details of the range of services and activities provided by our 550+ members, all of which are voluntary or community organisations based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing.
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Providing adventurous outdoor activities for unemployed and low income families and individuals.
CVCA is the community association for all residents of Craven Vale and Bakers Bottom; we are recognised by the City as the local tenants association and the Local Action Team. We organise various activities.
Creative Future is a registered charity. We provide talanted marginalised artists and writers opportunities to earn income from their creative work. We give those excluded by society the chance to reintegrate and empower themselves.
Provides opportunities and a safe place for young people aged 7-25 by running club nights, out of school activities and daytime training programmes.
We are a Foundation helping successful small and mid-size
UK charities develop their scope and impact. We aim to create long term supportive relationships in which grants are combined with other support as appropriate.
We are actively looking to expand our activities in Brighton and Hove, and Sussex.
Helping anybody bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope better with their loss. We offer information, training, support groups and individual counselling.
Facilitating arts and growing based environmental workshops and eco-clubs for schools and community groups.
Drama, puppetry, dance, music, song, rap, writing, ICT design, film and visual arts workshops and performances celebrating diversity for 2 to 24 year-olds. Trainees assist artists and coordinators and learn to run their own clubs.