As a UK-registered charity, Read (Rural Education and Development) Foundation has been implementing educational and welfare projects in the developing world since 1994.
We started with just £200, one teacher, 25 children, a desire to change the face of poverty forever and a steadfast belief that ‘education works.’ Today, we run 374 schools educating 100,177 children, employing 5,207 teachers and sponsoring 8,760 orphans. Taking a grassroots approach to our work, we assure through our five Centres for Training and Coordination (CTCs. Run by our team of skilled education and training officers, they closely monitor the performance of all our schools.
Wonderfully Made WomanDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information Transformation Community Resource Centre(TCRC). 1st Floor Richmond House,Richmond Grove,Longsight. Manchester, M13 0LN 07846620160
Wonderfully Made Woman is a charity organisation set up to assist women and young girls bring back their confidence in every area of their lives and and to make them value themselves.Whether you are married,single,separated,divorced or a widow,help is available for you.
Do you feel worthless because of what you have gone through or still going through?Do you feel there is no hope any more?Do you feel insecure or do you believe you can never make it?Are you thinking of how to bring up your children in the right way but do not know how?Is your marriage at the edge of breaking down?
If your answer is yes to any of these questions,then WMW is the best place to seek free help where you will meet wonderfully made women and men who can assist you on how to live a wonderful life.
WHAT DO WE DO?
-We offer holistic support to women and girls who have experienced/experiencing any form of domestic abuse.
-We conduct free domestic abuse awareness sessions.
-We have drop in/dance sessions.
-Training on how to build your confidence.
We are available for confidence training,seminars,conferences in churches,schools,hospitals,events,etc.
GreaterSport and the Greater Manchester Sports Partnership are part of Changing Lives which has the power to impact upon the life of every adult, child and new born in Greater Manchester in the run up to and in the years following the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
Revive (est. 2002) is a Christian organisation supporting refugees and people seeking asylum. We work directly with refugees, asylum seekers and the most vulnerable in society. Our service is free as many of those that we work with are destitute or on voucher systems.
Revive is a project of the congregation of the Holy Ghost Fathers, also known as Spiritans. The Spiritans are a catholic congregation and registered charity no. 227350. Revive as a charity, is also registered with OISC No. N200900004. The Spiritans have communities and different projects all across the world. Our funding and support comes mainly from the Spiritans and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salford.
Revive has a team of social workers, volunteers and priests, dedicated to helping and improving the lives of those they work with.
Adi's for CharityDistance: 1.0 miTourist Information Rowsley Street, manchester Orrell, M11 3FF
Open Tuesday to Friday 9.30-4.30
Our office telephone number is: 0161 27 27 27 0 between 10am - 4pm Tuesday - Friday for all your queries relating to caring issues.
The Centre can be reached by either the 216 or 231 bus which departs from Stand D in Piccadilly Gardens at the corner of Lever St. The bus will drop you on Great Ancoats St at the top of Pollard St.
The Centre is a 15 minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station and Piccadilly Station Tram Stop.
We are Greater Manchester's first Centre for Sustainable Living (established in 1996) working to turn ideas into action to make our great city greener, safer, healthier and equitable.
Bridge 5 Mill is a beautifully restored silk mill on the Ashton Canal offering large and small office space, meeting rooms, conference venue and much, much more.
Non-Profit Organization Near GreaterSport
Breakthough Distance: 0.6 miTourist Information Breakthrough-UK, Aked Close, Ardwick Manchester, United Kingdom M12 4AN
Blaze JCM- the Student arm of RCCG Jubilee church Manchester, comprises of students from undergraduate to postgraduate level. It is aimed at empowering students to pursue excellence, not just in spirituality, but in other ramifications with a view to influence the society at large.
Blaze JCM hosts weekly gatherings where students get the opportunity to interact, connect and develop one another on various levels.
Every meeting involves intellectually stimulating discussions, ranging from spirituality, academics, morals, ethics, societal issues and careers amongst others.
Furthermore, activities such as skill fairs, community projects and social outings are incorporated to ensure students have a well rounded experience; ready for the next phase of their lives.
Above all, we are a family of great minds and individuals coming together with the purpose of loving God, loving people & influencing society.
Sindhi Sangat UK Distance: 0.2 miTourist Information 16 Belle Vue Street Manchester, United Kingdom M12 5JG
Sindhi Sangat United Kingdom (SSUK)
Quite a good number of Sindhis is settled in UK for more than 03 decades. It is strongly felt that they don't have any social and cultural platform where they can share their skills, expertise and energies to benefit each other. Sindhi Sangat United Kingdom (SSUK) is a social and cultural platform where Sindhis can strive for a prosperous Sindhi community in UK. SSUK is a non-governmental, non-political, non-religious, social and cultural organization for Sindhis living in the UK. It has been set up with the clear perception that the basic social issues which today's Sindhi community faces be discussed in details with a view to find out their viable and amicable solutions. The main focus will be on working together with all Sindhis with strong commitment to develop the Sindhi community through networking and mutual co-operation.
A prosperous, flourishing and peaceful Sindhi community.
Provision of a social and cultural platform which provides an opportunity to Sindhi community living in the UK to utilize their expertise, experience and skills for building up a prosperous Sindhi community through advocacy and capacity building to make Sindhi community self-sufficient. This would be achieved by strong networking.
1. To unite all Sindhis living in the UK.
2. To provide a platform to promote Sindhi culture and language to preserve Sindhi heritage.
3. To promote awareness of social problems of Sindhi community.
4. To create awareness of sustainable participatory integrated development among Sindhis and achieve it through resource mobilization.
5. To strengthen and support Sindhi oriented institutions and human resources in different fields of life at all levels.
SSUK have arranged Social, Cultural and Musical events at large scale from 2004 which were attended by more than 300 families all over the United Kingdom. The notables were Members of Parliament of UK, Lord Mayors, Pakistani Consulate General, Police and crime commissioner and Dignitaries of Pakistani origin. Sadique Fakir Humera Channa and Arshad Mahmood well known Sindhi Singers have performed in these events. These events were free of charge as an effort to promote and introduce, Sindh, its old civilization, culture and music at international level.
SSUK also arranges Eid gathering programs every year for the Sindhi community of UK. It has also arranged and participated cultural days such as Jashan – e – Latif, Sindhi Cultural days (Ajrak and Topi). SSUK also played very pivotal role in arranging guest speakers for Sindhi Mahfil, A well-known Sindhi musical programme in Sindhi Language that has viewers all over the world is aired by DM Digital TV from Manchester UK and hosted by Dr Shabir Ahmed Rahujo.
SSUK has collected, donated and distributed funds in flood relief activities in Sindh. It has always stood with the Sindhi Community settled as well as working and the students in the UK. It has arranged funerals and sent the bodies of the deceased to be buried in the motherland. SSUK is always thankful to the Sindhi Community who donates generously on call of emergency.
SSUK has also worked very closely and collaboratively with other Sindhi UK based organisation like, Sindh Doctors Association (SDA), World Sindhi Congress (WSC) and International Sindhi Women Organisation (ISWO) and participates in their program to strengthen the collaboration and benefit from mutual cooperation.
Keeping the social and cultural demands of the community, SSUK strongly dreams about a Sindhi Community Centre in the UK which will serve multi purposes for the community. Moreover, SSUK also feel strong need for a 24 hour independent Sindhi Channel which will play a vital role to achieve the vision of SSUK.
SSUK conducts elections on regular basis and the Current Executive Committee of SSUK 2015-2017 comprises as follow:
Mr. Abdul Haque Lohar = President
Mr. Abdul Sattar Soomro = Vice President
Mr. Gul Sanai = Secretary General
Mr. Sardar Sohu= Finance Secretary
Mr. Mir Khan Khushik= Information Secretary
Mr. Abdul Rauf Leghari = Cultural Secretary
Gul Sanai Memon
Sindhi Sangat United Kingdom (SSUK)
Let's Play Baby Distance: 0.0 miTourist Information Wenlock Way Offices Manchester, United Kingdom M12 5DH
Let's Play Toddler Distance: 0.0 miTourist Information Wenlock way Offices Manchester, United Kingdom M12 5DH
Lifeline RISE Manchester Volunteering Distance: 0.4 miTourist Information 1 Kay Street Manchester, United Kingdom M11 2DX
Gorton Visual Arts has been creating artwork in and around Gorton and Manchester since 2006. We meet once a week at the The Aviary Communirty Rooms in Debdale Park Hyde Road Gorton. The group is made up of 18 local residents and Lead Artist Ian McKay.
By involving elderly residents, vulnerable adults and residents with learning difficulties, in a safe studio environment Our Projects are created to contain a strong element of Outreach sessions
delivered to a wide range of all aspects of the Community.
Gorton Visual Arts objective is to develop new artistic skills for the group members who are encouraged to share these new skills with individuals and groups within the
Community.These opportunities for all residents take place at the groups studio and in exterior venues such as Gorton Monastery and Gorton Market.
Presently the group as worked with the following groups
Rainbow Haven Asylum Seekers Group
Young at Heart Art Group
Cedar Mount High School
St Francis Primary School
St James Primary School
Residents of Thomas Regan Court
Residents of Patrick Roddy Court
Young People from the Gorton Community
Gorton Local History Group
Gorton visual arts actively promote social cohesion and inclusion through the arts. We have worked on some fantastic projects including the Belle Vue Mosaic at Gorton Market , Manchester’s Library Theatre and more Recently on the Whit Walks Project with Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry.
If you are interested in taking part please email us at [email protected]