Caia Park Partnership is a registered charity based in Caia Park in Wrexham. The Partnership has been in existence for over fifteen years and delivers a needs-led service for people on Caia Park. The Partnership tries through providing training, support and advice to enable local residents to achieve their full potential. They offer a complete and complementary range of services that inter-link to support an individual to develop new skills and gain experience and confidence.
RASA are based in NW Wales and provide specialist support services for anyone 14+ across North Wales who has experienced or been affected by any form of sexual violence. They offer a counselling, helpline, practical and emotional support, they can accompany people to court, Healthcare providers, the Police etc. They also offer placements to counselling students and train volunteers. They can offer awareness raising sessions to community groups and professionals.
The Neath Port Talbot Youth Offending Team is made up of representatives from the local authority, Police, Probation Service, Social Services, Health, Education, Drugs and Alcohol misuse.
Student Volunteering Bangor (SVB) is a department within the Students’ Union, which has over 500 members, 250 of which volunteer on a regular basis. SVB volunteers currently work for over 430 hours each week, which promotes a close relationship between the university and the local community.
Student Volunteering Cardiff is a charity run by the students at Cardiff University. They volunteer in and around the city of Cardiff, working with the elderly, young, disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the community. They love what they do and hope that you find everything you need on their website. If not their office is situated on the 3rd floor of Cardiff University Students’ Union.
NewLink Wales is an independent substance misuse organisation operating throughout Wales.
A clean and tidy Wales is likely to be a safer Wales. Areas that are traditionally no-go areas after dark are more likely to be poorly maintained, plagued by graffiti and abandoned vehicles, and the domain of fly-tippers. Reducing the fear of crime has a real impact on the occurrence of crime. Greater public confidence in using their local environments reduces the opportunities for others to damage those environments.
The Organisation’s main aims and objectives are to:
• Offer a an independent, free and accessible mediation service in Rhondda Cynon Taff
Age Concern Ceredigion provides services and support for older people, their families and carers. In all aspects of our work we consult with older people to ensure that we are responsive to their identified needs and expectations.
According to their mission statement AC Neath Port Talbot exist - "To provide free community based services that facilitate social inclusion, while promoting a healthy and active retirement and continuing independence for the older citizens of Neath Port Talbot"