SNUFS is a Local Voluntary Organisation which supports pre school children, aged between two and five years who have additional support needs. Our Volunteers support on a 1-1 basis in mainstream childcare settings across the Borough. Children are referred to the organisation if it is felt that extra support would help them tointegrate fully and benefit from all the experiences offered within their local pre-school setting.
Castle Hill Centre, BL2 2JW
A drop-in advice and information centre for older Asian people aged 50+ living within Bolton. We provide culturally sensitive services with bi-lingual staff. We offer variety of services and activities from educational, health and well being, leisure, Yoga, chair based exercise and holistic therapies. We also provide freshly cooked vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals and transport. We arrange local and abroad trips for our members. Also Asian Carers Forum.
61 Northfield Street, BL3 5JH
Here at Reach NW we understand that raising an autistic child can present some unique challenges.We know it is vital that families are empowered to support their child in order for them to REACH their true potential.Our Outreach Crisis Service provides bespoke packages designed to meet your families individual needs. Our professional teams work in the home environment with your family over 12 sessions providing the support needed to reduce the crisis and leave the family in a stronger position.
BAND's mission statement is: To support the people within the Borough of Bolton who live with mental health problems to reach their full potential as defined by themselves, through: The promotion of choice and independence The provision of support for the individual The facilitation of education, recreational, social and enterprise opportunities Contributing to the development of services across the mental health economy
125 Deansgate, BL1 1HA
Beanstalk trains and places volunteers in local primary schools to work with 6-11 year olds. They work with the same three children each week during term time to improve reading ability, social skills and confidence. One and a half hours commitment twice a week is essential and we ask that you commit to a minimum of 12 months. Volunteers gain just as much from the sessions as the children do!
6 Middle Street, EC1A 7JA
BAG works specifically with BME children in the Bolton area. We provide information and promote awareness of individual children's culture and ethnicity. We inspire and build on the confidence and self-esteem of children. We educate and also help children learn new skills and to share experiences. We provide safe and social recreational opportunities for children to have fun.
226-228 St Helens Road, BL3 4EB
We help all people who have MS inBoltonand surrounding areas by holding collections at local supermarkets, donations and many other ways with the help of our London Offices. You can join in with our seated Tai-Chi classes held every Tuesday at the Slaterfield Day Centre and we also offer an exercise class every Thursday morning at the Jubilee Day Centre, both of these are FREE. We hold two meals a year, one in the summer and the other at Christmas and wealso we meet up at the Olympus Chippy
Jubilee Day Centre, Darley Street, BL1 3DX
BLISS provides support and care to families of premature and sick babies. The Bolton Bliss support group is a very active support group with great links to the local NICU (neonatal intensive-care unit). Mark and Sarah organise meetings as well as family days. Many families have found this is a great way to get together, chat and make new friends.
Oxford Grove Childrens Centre, BL1 3BH
Involvement with the community, partnering or leading events which allow us to meet people at grass roots level. Partnering Bolton Interfaith Council, Bolton Hindu Forum and Bolton Council of Mosques in organising events. Co-ordinating and supporting the work of existing Christian Organizations and chaplaincies. Producing and putting on Drama productions such as The Passion for Bolton. Project development workers focus on 3 key areas - education and youth, leisure, and the workplace. These have
The Hub Bold Street, BL1 1LS
Bolton CVS is a charitable company which supports voluntary and community organisations and positively promotes voluntary action in Bolton. Ambition for Ageing. A partnership of Bolton CVS, Age UK Bolton and Bolton at Home are delivering a programmewhich aims to create age friendly communities and generate ways to create stronger community connections for people over 50. The programme will be delivered in the Halliwell, Crompton and Tonge with The Haulgh areas over the next 5 years. The project
Bold Street, BL1 1LS
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