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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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The Foyer provides quality accommodation, support and activities to maximise young people's potential and help move them towards independent living.
This voluntary local group is part of the National Friends of the Earth network. We campaign to improve the environment in our own backyard, as well as joining in with campaigns nationally and internationally.
BHIMS trains vounteers in community mediation skills to deliver mediation to the neighbours, community members, young people and their families, and people in the workplace, to resolve conflict and disputes they are experiencing.
To promote and develop dialogue and friendship between different faith communities in Brighton and Hove. To be a resource for other groups and organisations in Brighton and Hove on interfaith and faith matters.
Provides support, listening, information, hate crime reporting and counselling to the Lesbian, Gay. Bisexual and Transgener community. Help-line from 5pm daily: call 01273 20 40 50 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.