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Our directory lists details of the wide range of services and activities provided by our 450 member organisations, all of which are community-led groups or organisations. You can search our directory by area, type of service, client group or by name.
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Free, independent and impartial advice and information on any subject. Specialist advice services in money advice, welfare benefits, fuel poverty and HIV advice service. Active social policy campaigns. Volunteer adviser training programme.
BHCR empowers all local communities - particularly the underserved and underrepresented - by giving them a voice; encouraging, signposting, training and mentoring them in producing their own radio shows. We have over 70 presenters and are still growing.
- Support local sustainable, ethical and local food production
- Enable the local community to access locally produced food
- Facilitate community engagement and sharing
- Encourage food growing in and around Brighton and Hove
We are a community-financed social enterprise, installing renewable energy technology and giving energy-saving advice to individuals and businesses in the area. We provide a valuable and trusted service to the community enabling people to improve the energy efficiency of their premises (home or work). We also install renewable technologies on properties, which are paid for through our innovative ‘pay-as-you-save’ model. This works by us raising funding in the community in order to purchase and install the energy systems and the customer then paying back the cost of the system with the money they save on energy over a period of years. In this way, customers can buy and install renewable energy technologies and insulation materials at no upfront cost and the community owns the means to generate renewable energy through their membership of our co-operative. As we grow, we will be able to offer a 100% locally generated renewable energy tariff to residents of Brighton & Hove, insuring our community against future rises in energy prices as well as making the city a healthier and more sustainable place to live and work.
Fair Trade is about international trading partnerships which seek greater equality and means trading in a way which promotes and maintains transparency and respect.Brighton & Hove council has passed a resolution committing to being a Fair Trade city.
An interfaith charity auditing, supporting and promoting social welfare and community facing projects delivered by faith groups within Brighton and Hove.
We are working for a healthier, more sustainable food system for the city. We campaign on food issues and deliver community-based cookery, nutrition and growing projects. We also support community food projects across the city.
Brighton and Hove Foster Care Association is for all Brighton and Hove foster carers.
The committee consists of about 20 volunteers who support 160 carers in the association providing advice, information and support.