Local organisations with whom we work closely

Whitehawk Inn logoThe Whitehawk Inn is the place in East Brighton where people can develop and fulfill their aspirations for their own lives, their families and their community.

The Bridge has an astonishing range of learning and advice activities for adults under one roof. We hope that, through our activities, people are empowered to improve the quality of their life and life chances.

The Brighton & Hove Adult Learning Group is a member of the Brighton & Hove Learning Partnership (BHLP), which is a series of networks that work together to design and implement plans for learning across the City.

Brighton & Hove Community Works helps community and voluntary organisations to work together and develop a stronger influence over local policies, benefiting everyone.

The BMECP works in tandem with a partnership of statutory and voluntary sector organisations that indicate the willingness and commitment to address the critical needs of the BME and wider communities of Brighton & Hove. BMECP has a good track record of working collaboratively in meeting the needs of BME communities.

The Fed is a user-led organisation that promotes independent living for all. The Fed works towards equality by inspiring disabled people to identify barriers and define solutions.

Where To Go For: This website contains details of projects and services in Brighton and Hove which are useful for young people aged 16 – 25.

Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC) has been supporting women in Brighton and Hove for nearly 40 years. We aim to empower women and promote independence in a safe, women-only space.

Tarner Children’s Centre offers services for families with children under 5 years in Central Brighton, Tarner, Hanover, Elm Grove and Kemp Town area. The smaller, gateway children’s centres for these areas are based at Cornerstone Community Centre on Church Road in Hove, City View at Brighton General Hospital, and at Fairlight School.

Mind logoMind in Brighton & Hove works to promote good mental health in our city and across Sussex. We seek to empower people to lead a full life as part of their community. We are an independent charity and receive no funding from the National Mind charity. Your donations support our work across Sussex.

Southdown Housing is a leading provider of housing, supported employment, community links and specialist in Sussex. We listen to and work with people to help them achieve their personal goals and to live fulfilled and independent lives.

One Space is a community for single parents with support from experienced parenting facilitators bringing together essential information, interactive learning & friendly forums for peer support. It is a lifeline to many who are parenting alone. One Space aims to be the first port of call for single parents online – providing professional 1-2-1 advice from a team of experts in areas such as family law; benefits; CSA; money and debt; relationships and separation etc.

MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people.


 

Fundeo is one of our online fundraising partners.

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