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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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A small UK charity aims to advance education and relieve poverty in India. Current projects are based around the rural village of Kanji in the state of Tamil Nadu.
The Kemp Town Carnival Association is responsible for organising the annual Kemp Town Carnival community event in the St George's Road area.
We are a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee formed to manage the historic gardens of the Kemp Town Estate for the benefit of the residents of the estate
Part of the wider City in Bloom competition, and enters the South and South East in Bloom every year. Brightening up Kemp Town for everyone.
Our projects are designed to strengthen recovery from all addictions, foster an environment where natural leadership can emerge, and bring people together within the recovery community to create positive change and overcome the stigma of addiction.
We specialise in running dynamic weekly KIDZ KLUBS in communities across the City of Brighton & Hove. These clubs are a brilliant mix of FAITH AND FUN! (7-11 yr olds). We also run a weekly youth group called KIDZ KLUB YOUTH (11-17 yr olds)
Community project co-ordinating distribution of donations including clothes, shoes, self care items to rough sleepers and those in vulnerable housing situations - through outreach and collaboration with other services
Gives free, confidential advice on welfare benefits, debt problems and most general problems. Helps with form filling and letter writing. Home visits arranged if necessary.