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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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Surdi is here to ensure better support is provided to Deaf, Deafened, Deafblind and those Hard of Hearing. It is important the deaf community have equal access and empowerment to protect their culture and rights.
Survivors Network provides independent confidential services for women who have had unwanted sexual experiences and their partners and supporters. We providing counselling, group work, advocacy, a multi-channel helpline and a targetted service for young women aged 14 - 25.
SASH is a group of people who are experiencing communication difficulties after suffering a stroke or other brain injury. Activities include social events, guest speakers and information sharing. Join our group to relax and build confidence after aphasia.
Provides activities for affiliated clubs throughout Sussex and Brighton & Hove. Our activities for young people include sports tournaments, sports taster sessions, young women's and men's events, rap session, young leaders' training and activity camps.
Support group for women with endometriosis - a chronic gynaecological disease which affects all areas of their life and is difficult to treat. We aim to educate and inform members on how to manage the disorder so they can lead a full and normal life.
We aim to create a cohousing community designed for a nourishing and sustainable lifestyle. It would be made up of about 20-30 households, with shared resources and shared responsibilities for managing our community.
SCF raises funds for local charities and community groups across Sussex and Brighton & Hove. Since 2006, we've given grants totalling over £4.25 million to 1,900 local charities and community groups.
Encourages recreation for the elderly, disabled and sportsmen of all ages, including children when out of school, in Sussex. Offers grants and loans for projects.