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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.
You can search the directory using an organisation’s name, or search by area, type of service, or client group.
This directory can be updated, so if you spot any errors, get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 234023, and we’ll do our best to update it.
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If you’re from a voluntary or community organisation based in Brighton, Hove, Adur or Worthing, you can apply to join us as a member. There are lots of benefits to being a member, including discounted and prioritised access to our services. Once your application has been approved your details will also appear in this directory.
We are a voluntary group that aims to support Muslim women in Brighton and Hove. We have different get together activities, a mother and toddler group, we aim to contribute and organise activities primarily for Muslim women and children and secondly for the wider community.
A directly elected council of nine older people our aim is to have older people recognised for the valuable contribution they make while working for fair access to services and opportunities.
Run entirely run by volunteers, we have a community allotment, a calendar of events and activities, work with other community groups, and want to help people realise that gardening organically is easy, fun and rewarding.
Brighton and Hove Seaside Community Homes ('Seaside Homes') is a not-for-profit, independent, charitable company set up to raise investment to refurbish and redevelop empty properties in the city.
We lend manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and powered scooters to members of the public with limited mobility to shop and to visit leisure and commercial facilities in the city centre.
Speak Out is an advocacy scheme which supports adults with learning disabilities to have their say and be heard. We provide one to one advocacy and have a network of speaking up groups.
A forum of local wildlife groups and specialists interested in sharing information, best practice and activities to benefit our local biodiversity.
BHWAC is a group for women who support each other in organising information, stalls, lobbying, writing letters, developing poster campaigns to promote our cause. We also work closely with local and national campaigns.