Stay safe. Remember the most important contribution everyone can make is to stay at home to help protect ourselves and others. Those who are well and not at risk can provide essential support for their family, friends and neighbours
The voice of the Voluntary Sector with a strong and diverse membership. Dedicated and experienced staff providing support, development advice, facilitating networks as well as sharing news and information. We also provide office space to rent, room hire, grant finder services, administration services and much more.
The Furniture Project is part of Perth Salvation Army's Social and Community work with a specific link to the Skinnergate Resettlement Unit. It exists to: 1) Reclaim and restore used furniture for re-use in the community 2) Provide work experience and training 3) To raise funds for the work of the Salvation Army
A community group for adults of all ages seeking to address loneliness and isolation in the Levenmouth area and its environs.
There is a varied light entertainment programme followed by light refreshments. Entertainment includes music, guest speakers, quizzes and more.
CONNECT is on every Friday from 2pm to 4pm in Wellesley Church Hall, Wellesley Road, Methil. It's free, and no-one is left alone.
The charitable aims of the Oxford Institute of British Islam (OIBI) are to:
1. Advance the Islamic religion in accordance with the teachings of the Qur'an.
2. Advance education and research in the subject of the principles and practice of the Islamic faith within British society.
3. Promote religious harmony by promoting good relations through the education in different religious beliefs including a respectful awareness of the distinctive features and the common ground shared amongst various creeds.
To advance citizenship through social welfare and community development.
We particularly seek to improve personal and growth opportunities for people of all ages, particularly those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged.
Our aim is to improve quality of life and help people feel that they matter.
Whenever possible our projects are volunteers led
The Alternatives to Violence Project Britain helps people to handle conflict and violence. It is a national charity with over 100 trained volunteer facilators delivering intensive, low cost workshops for people from all walks of life who want to handle conflict and violence well. AVP Scotland is one of 6 regions of AVP Britain.
The Glebe Project aims to take the Kirk’s work of welcome and hospitality outside by creating, developing and sustaining a space where people from all walks of life can share their stories. This includes developing productive community garden ; creating pathways; planting trees, flowers and shrubs and enabling better access for people to enjoy this peaceful and beautiful space.
Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is a "not-for-profit" Industrial and Provident Society registered with the Scottish Housing Regulator. It is a Registered Social Landlord (RSL) with a current stock of approximately 1740 houses located throughout Berwickshire and Berwick-upon-Tweed. BHA’s registered office is located in Duns, it delivers housing services from here along with its two other local offices in Eyemouth and Coldstream giving its customers easy access to a full range of services.
Founded in people and property, BHA seeks to become the first choice in the provision and management of affordable housing and related services. It is committed to producing a beneficial impact on people's lives in everything it does.
Berwickshire Housing Association is also committed to Quality and has achieved a number of Quality Management accreditations including Investors in People, Quality Guild, Scottish Housing Regulator Inspection self assessment.
The Church's objects (the Objects) are the advancement of the Christian faith primarily in Dumfries and District and also throughout Scotland and the rest of the World by all means consistent with the teachings of the Christian Bible including worship, ministry, mission, prayer, witness, education, community service and the support of agencies and individuals and other charitable organizations involved in Christian missionary work and the relief of poverty or other social needs.
A place "where the ordinary becomes extraordinary." The following programmes and activities are on offer: Infant massage, Tiny Tempers (movement classes for 1 to 4 year olds and their mums), Healthy Eating workshops for all ages, Saturday evening Youth Cafe (age 11-18), Family dinners, Parenting classes, Coming Home Centre for veterans, Community Learning Centre (in partnership with Kelvin College), CAP money course, Time to grow a pair Mens' night, Family days out and PEEK Street play in Robroyston Park.
The Mission of Time to Heal is to provide holistic support and, to relieve the needs of persons affected by domestic violence primarily, but not exclusively, women and children from minority ethnic groups.
The Eric Liddell Centre, situated at Holy Corner in Edinburgh, provides a registered day care service for people with a diagnosis of dementia and a programme for carers including a befriending service and short breaks through a range of courses and events held throughout the city. The Centre also offers excellent office accommodation for small charities or organisations and quality meeting facilities for a range of educational, health, arts & culture, charitable, community and children's groups in its conveniently located premises at the heart of the community.
Blythswood Care was started in 1966 by a group of theological students in Glasgow, and aims to spread the Christian gospel through publishing tracts and by giving a little practical help to those in need. A large part of Blythswood's present work is concentrated on Eastern Europe. Truck loads of aid which are gathered from our depots across the United Kingdom are regularly sent to Romania. Projects include a home for Rumanian street children.
St Giles’ Cathedral is the historic City Church of Edinburgh. With its famed crown spire it stands on the Royal Mile between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, it is the Mother Church of Presbyterianism and contains the Chapel of the Order of the Thistle (Scotland’s chivalric company of knights and Ladies chosen by The Queen.)
We are the mother church for the United Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney and together with that hold in our trust the spiritual lives of a diverse and international congregation.
We share a rich history with the Episcopal Church in the United States of America as the congregation which hosted the consecration of Samuel Seabury as the first bishop for America in Aberdeen in 1784, and thus inaugurating the concept of the world-wide Anglican Communion.
Also in our trust is a building of great grace, peace and beauty in the heart of Aberdeen that is of high architectural significance and spiritual importance to the wider communion of the city and beyond.
We aim to offer all who come looking for a home to worship or as visitors a very warm welcome.
The Revive Project is all about young people. We work with young people in various different modern delivery methods through youth groups, 1-2-1 sessions; detached work and more. Through all this we aim to provide a space for a young people to be encouraged, inspired and empowered to reach their potential.
An organisation to improve the health and well being of families affected by alcoholism and addiction by providing information and assistance to relieve problematic difficulties within the household with a place of safety in a conversational café and residential retreat where opportunities and workshops can be provided to empower family members.
St Clement’s church was planted in Mastrick just over 50 years ago with the purpose of reaching out to the areas of Mastrick, Summerhill, Northfield and Sheddocksley.
Our passion is to serve and be a vital part of our local community. We are an informal church with a family atmosphere.
C.A.T.H. (Churches Action for the Homeless) is a local charity which supports, encourages and promotes the development and delivery of projects to relieve homelessness and poor housing, improve the conditions of life and generally aid the development of individuals who are homeless in the Perth & Kinross area.
The organisation recognises the associated problems that homelessness presents and works to alleviate these and help maintain and improve the quality of life of our beneficiaries.
CATH is a private company limited by guarantee and a charity regulated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator.
We support, develop and represent community groups, voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering. We have around 35 staff members covering these activities across Fife, operating from our offices in Glenrothes, Cupar, Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. We provide a wide range of support to third sector organisations and have expertise in a wide range of skills and topics including governance, funding, legislation, policy, volunteering, managing people, planning and problem solving.
We receive core funding from the Scottish Government and Fife Council to provide four key functions:
- support, develop and represent the third sector.
- support, develop and represent social enterprises.
- support, develop and represent volunteering.
- support and promote third sector engagement with the Community Planning Partnership.
>We understand that corporate life can be tough:
We are four Christian businessmen working in Aberdeen’s corporate sector. Through our experiences of corporate life in Aberdeen, and the need to balance our own professional and personal lives, we have come to believe there is a real need for a charity committed to supporting individuals just like us. We come from different church backgrounds and different industries – but we all have the same passion. To help make a positive difference to our corporate culture in Aberdeen. We believe God has a heart for the broken and weary in Aberdeen's corporate sector.
>We think there is a more balanced way to live and work: would you like to join us?:
We want to provide a safe place where people can be encouraged, equipped and empowered to endure the stresses of professional business life. Our events are run by business people, for business people. We offer a welcoming, safe place in the space between the office, family and church. Find practical advice to inspire, stimulating debate to refresh and a trained ear to listen.
>please visit www.thebusinessconnection.org for further details.
The charity shop in Leven sells second hand goods to the public so that we can help the Salvation Army with various projects around the UK, from homeless people, care homes, people finding service and more.
LAPWING (Looking After People With Individual Needs in Galashiels) provide social interaction around a weekly, healthy, home-cooked lunch in a friendly, personal and caring atmosphere for people who are socially isolated because of age, lack of mobility and/or sensory loss.
At TLC our vision is to help care for our community. We believe in meeting the real needs of people. The TLC Befriending Service provides befriending for older adults in a care home/sheltered housing setting alongside other befrienders in south Aberdeen.
We’re a busy church, always lots of things going on – cafes and ceilidhs and coffee mornings; fair-trade and eco-issues; Bible studies and concerts; crèches and playgroups and Messy Church; commitments to causes local and international; worship which tries to be honest, which engages our minds as well as our hearts.