Get Socially Active is a new project funded by Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund to support individuals not currently in work or economically inactive to gain skills. It aims to support individuals to work in existing social enterprises or help… Continue Reading Our partner organisations are hiring – two vacancies!
We are looking for a volunteer to support our learners on the NCFE Level 2 Mental Health Awareness Course. The course runs from 6th October 2016 to 2nd February 2017 over 12 weeks from 9.30am-3pm. We require support in the afternoon… Continue Reading Learning Support Volunteer needed for Mental Health Awareness course
We’d like to thank the Homity Trust for giving us the funds to trial a new type of resource with Literacy Learners. Click on the link below for details of IT drop-in sessions at libraries in July for those aged… Continue Reading Computer classes for the over 50s
Would you like to help fundraise for Friends Centre’s Hardship Fund and at the same time help out the Chapel Royal, North St, Brighton in June? Could you give 3.5hrs of your time to help run the Chapel Royal café… Continue Reading Volunteer with Chapel Royal and raise money for our hardship fund
Earlier this year we ran some free courses for people with mild-to-moderate mental health support needs. We’re delighted to announce that we are able to run a second part to the pilot, and we have a range of courses on… Continue Reading New courses announced as part of mental health pilot
Please note our opening hours over the Easter holidays. Brighton Junction Friday 25th March: CLOSED Monday 28th March: CLOSED Tuesday 29th March-Friday 8th April: 9.30am-3pm Ivory Place Friday 25th March: CLOSED Monday 28th March: CLOSED Tuesday 29th March-Friday 1st April:… Continue Reading Easter opening hours
On Friday 7th March 2016, the Junction Café hosted a table-top sale of donated goods to raise money for an orphanage in Zambia. The event was organised by Alison Kroon, the lead tutor for ESOL and Maths & English at… Continue Reading £380 raised for Zambia!
Alison Kroon, lead tutor for ESOL and ALN at Friends Centre, is currently raising funds for an orphanage in Zambia. Harvest Care Centre in Kitwe, Zanmbia, provides over 100 children with basic primary education and houses around 40 orphaned/street children… Continue Reading Raising funds for Zambia
Friends Centre is involved in a government funded National Community Learning Mental Health pilot. As part of this pilot we are delivering free courses in a range of subjects aimed to improve the mental wellbeing of those with mild to… Continue Reading New Mental Wellbeing Project
Trustee Vacancies Friends Centre are looking to appoint two or three new trustees to join the board. Being a trustee should be rewarding and enjoyable, and an opportunity to make a positive difference and serve the community while learning new… Continue Reading Trustees Needed