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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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Provides safe, temporary accommodation with support for vulnerable young women aged 16-21 who are homeless or insecurely housed. Also teenage parent connections P.A. Support.
Provides an HIV and sexual health outreach service to gay and bisexual men, male and female sex workers, the homeless and insecurely housed, and IV drug users across Brighton and Hove.
Strike A Light is a not for profit community arts organisation led by Nicola Benge, a committed, experienced community artist and reminiscence facilitator. We use people's life stories and memories and make art to transform public and private spaces.
STRIVE (Socialising Together Regularly Inspiring Volunteering & Enjoyment) is a support group for individuals who have long term chronic health conditions.
The group is for people within the Worthing/Adur community who are struggling to cope with their symptoms and are quite socially isolated. We aim to have different topics to support a general improvement in physical and mental wellbeing every fortnight with a “drop-in support service” every other Tuesday 11am – 1pm.
Helps the Sudanese community (over 50) irrespective of racial, religious, political and cultural differences. Our aim is to relieve need, hardship and distress. We organise meetings and outings, and meet twice a month at Oasis Christian Fellowship Hall to promote our members' lives by social and relational contact.
Promotes the benefit of the inhabitants and primarily the Sudanese inhabitants in Sussex. Advances the education of the said inhabitants.
Looks after the welfare of the children and promotes women’s and children’s cultural, social, economic and educational needs. We provide an open monthly meeting for women to meet and discuss their problems.
The Sunday Assembly is a godless congregation that celebrate life. Our motto: live better, help often, wonder more. Our mission: to help everyone find and fulfil their full potential.