Created: 20/06/12 12:21|
NCVYS welcome new members
Following our most recent trustee board meeting NCVYS has now welcomed five new member organisations. Please follow the links to find out more about the great work they do.
Three Faiths Forum (3FF) builds understanding and lasting relationships between people of all faiths and beliefs. They run education, engagement and action programmes that bring diverse communities together. Their main focus is in the UK, but they also work internationally to create new models for intercultural cooperation, particularly in the EU, USA and Middle East.
Southern Brooks Community Partnership (SBCP) are based in South Gloucester are an independent charity, with a dedicated staff team, governed by a Board of Trustees. They work in a ‘can do’ way that challenges, respects and builds on individual and community skills and experience. SBCP run a range of projects to: help children and young people through the transition into independence and adulthood; make sure families get support that meets their individual needs; reduce isolation, especially amongst older people; and support the development of safe, strong and inclusive communities.
Mental Health Foundation describe themselves the UK’s leading mental health research, policy and service improvement charity. They are committed to reducing the suffering caused by mental ill health and to help everyone lead mentally healthier lives. They help people to survive, recover from and prevent mental health problems. They work across all age ranges and all aspects of mental health by:carrying out research; developing practical solutions for better mental health services;campaigning to reduce stigma and discrimination; promoting better mental health for us all.
Humanutopia is a social enterprise that changes lives whilst contributing to all six Ofsted outcomes. They do two things help people grow, and in doing so help to transform communities. They do this by creating and developing bespoke and inspirational, life-changing courses, that can be tailored to suit any academic environment.
ReachFor is a social enterprise formed by eight like-minded organisations throughout England delivering services to young people and adults. The eight organisations are: Careers South West, Connexions Leicester Shire, Connexions Thames Valley, CSWP, CXK, GMCP, Inspira, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures. Their purpose is to work together to deliver high quality services to support young people and adults (particularly those who are vulnerable) through key transitions in their lives, in particular to achieve positive destinations in employment, education and/or training.