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Give the Gift of Reading Volunteer Reading Help (VRH) is a national charity (registered charity number 296454) which provides literacy support for children aged 6 -11 in areas of deprivation across England. We work through 16 local branches in the North, Midlands, Greater London and Kent. VRH reading helpers receive comprehensive training, ongoing support and resources including books and games. Many VRH reading helpers go on to become part of the school community. Some reading helpers discover
1-3 Ground Floor The Courtyard, BL1 8PB
WAVE exist because 1000's of people in Bolton do not have the chance to take part in healthy adventurous activities. We offer affordable (often free) activities to individuals and groups in Bolton area. Types of group we work with: families groups of friends young people the elderly those with a disability those with mental health issues those in recovery self-help groups staff teams volunteers In short, we can offer superb sessions, programmes, residentials to anyone! Activities include:
WAVE Adventure, Bury Road, BL2 6DS
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
Bolton Lads & Girls Club is the biggest youth centre in the UK and is based in Bolton town centre. The Club is open 7 days-a-week, 52 weeks-a-year and welcomes all young people aged 8-21 years old. As well as the basic 7 nights-a-week youth club service, the Club also provides dozens of other projects for the town’s young people; The Mentoring Project, Sport, Pathways 2 Success, Residentials, Outreach & School Holiday Project to name just a few. Do you want to make a difference?
18 Spa Road, BL1 4AG
We provide Scouting at a variety of venues on different evenings throughout the Bolton borough. It is for young people age 6 to 18 years of age and we welcome adult volunteers to assist running meetings and in administrative roles as well. We provide the young people with opportunities to learn new skills, engage in the community, become independent, team-building, trying out adventurous activities, enjoying the outdoors amongst other things. Adult volunteers also gain new skills, new friends
If ever faced with a terminal illness, most of us would choose to die peacefully, in our own homes, surrounded by the people that mean the most to us. Marie Curie Nurses make this possible. There are nearly 2,000 Marie Curie Nurses working across the UK, caring for people with a terminal illness in their own homes. Last year, our nurses provided more than 1.3 million hours of nursing to 31,558 people, as well as supporting their families at an incredibly difficult time. Our nurses work night
Marie Curie, SK1 4LJ
BRASS is a registered charity providing befriending and support services for refugees, asylum seekers and refused asylum seekers living in Bolton. Specialised advice on immigration and asylum, citizenship and rights under the law. Support and information to access public services e.g. Health, Housing, statutory agencies etc. English classes with trained ESOL tutors and volunteers. Workshops to promote understanding of UK life, rights and responsibilities and community participation.
Park Lodge, Green Lane, BL3 2HX
Fusion is a community hub run by volunteers working to bring the community together. Room hire,and suite available. A community cafe & beautiful garden...Find us on facebook Fusion Community Group and Cafeor twitter @Fusion Tonge Moor
Fusion Centre, BL2 2JA
Helplines Monday to Friday - times on website Free independent legally based advice to parents of children with all kinds of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). IPSEA operates: Website: Visit our website for model letters, SEN updates, support sheets and more Mailing list: Join our mailing list; become part of IPSEA’s family and keep up-to-date with news and information relevant to SEND Advice Line: Covered by fully trained volunteers providing legally based advice on a
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust offers environmental education services to schools and groups. It also works with community groups to help them to develop and maintain their green spaces and have volunteer opportunities for 16 years onwards.
499-511, BL2 6DH
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