Here are some of the great Nottingham based organisations that are already making a difference in our community.
Radiant Cleaners provide an excellent and reliable cleaning service that is fully managed.
Their award winning, socially responsible, company helps transform peoples lives.
The Friary empower the homeless and vulnerable adults to rebuild their lives by offering practical services, advice and emotional support.
The Arches is a practical resource centre for those in need in Nottingham. We provide furniture, children’s clothing, children and baby equipment, emergency food and household goods.
The Jericho Road Project brings hope and restoration to those affected by the sex industry in Nottinghamshire. The project was established in 2000 and over the last eighteen years they have supported over 650 different women.
The Pythian Club supports young people with opportunities to engage in comprehensive music, football and boxing programmes, whilst also having on offer a number of educational programs and leadership initiatives that help nurture the youth and help them develop the skills they will carry throughout their lives.
Running hut – A St Anns based organisation that aims to provide hope to those that live locally through actives such a crafts, running and community meals.
Chayah Project – Are committed to helping survivors of domestic violence and young people who are experiencing difficulties through homelessness, family breakdowns or wanting a fresh start.
Nottingham Street Pastors is a project set up by the Malt Cross Trust in 2010. Street Pastor volunteers patrol the city at nights offering practical, non-judgemental and compassionate help to vulnerable people at risk.
Betel UK is an independent Christian charity for those affected by the hardships that lead to social exclusion, especially homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse and long-term unemployment. Betel provides a safe, structured, family-like environment where they an alternative model of recovery which has made a radical difference to many lives.
Heart Nottingham has a focus on supporting individuals and communities facing issues of disadvantage, isolation and poverty, through partnership work with various organisations. To highlight, is the partnership with Emmanuel House which started in March 1976. At Emmanuel House facilities, Heart Church volunteers service the community by running a Wednesday night drop in service for street homeless and vulnerably housed individuals.