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Empowered in Nature CIC
We offer eco therapeutic workshops in outdoor green spaces in the Doncaster area. We comprise a Forest Skills Practitioner, Counsellor and Life Coach and we bring together our specialisms in a unique combination of supportive talking therapies and practical outdoor skills within a Workshop setting - predominantly based outside in all seasons. Our aim is to offer an alternative pathway to good mental health and wellbeing and we work with nature as our medium whilst offering opportunities to learn new, outdoor skills around a campfire in a natural surroundings. Working with Health professionals, special groups, Corporate Wellbeing managers and across all aspects of the public and private sector, we are funded by a combination of Grants and Private income, the latter offering a 'Pay it Forward' opportunity to procurers allowing us to deliver workshops to the most disadvantaged in society.
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Higher Rhythm Ltd
Higher Rhythm Ltd is a not-for-profit Music and Media Organisation based in South Yorkshire, established in 2001 We provide music & media industry services and opportunities across the Yorkshire region including two recording studios, a licensed radio station (Sine FM), a record label (Circuit Records), digital distribution, events promotion, artist development programmes, enterprise support, courses (including national & higher national diplomas) and volunteering opportunities. Higher Rhythm is unique regionally, providing the entire music and radio industries in one place which offers a hub of opportunities that people can easily access to develop their knowledge, practice or careers. Place shouldn’t be a barrier to the music or media industries, and we aim to level the playing-field by assuring our opportunities are accessible to, and representative of the Yorkshire region’s communities, engaging people who live in towns and villages, as well as the cultural industry hot-spots of cities. Higher Rhythm also delivers a range of projects, working with local, national and international partners / funding bodies, to increase participation in the activities we provide and widen access to the music and media industries. See our organisation websites:
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hope and light CIC
Inspire is a for profit small organisation, our services are tailored to offer a personalised solution and are created to meet the needs of individuals as we recognise that everyone is unique, with their own individual needs. We provide support to people living with dementia, social isolation, learning difficulties, autism. We have built our reputation on being caring, friendly, professional, organised and efficient. Our clients and their families value the way we keep them updated and our confidentiality and attention to detail are just some of the things we know that our clients and their families appreciate. Inspire continues to deliver very high standards of care and support to help improve the quality of life of our clients and enable them to live their lives with dignity and independence. We offer, three weekly, dementia day care services, provide free transport, on arrival offer a light breakfast, mid morning/afternoon snacks, 2 course home cooked meal, together with fun activities and mind stimulation. Our befriending service offers One to One Support - taking clients out to local amenities i.e. garden centres, shopping trips, appointments, cinema, local attractions. We also offer home conversation to people who are unable to leave their homes - we provide board games, dominoes, cards, reminiscing sessions plus lots more. All our services allows carers to have a few hours respite and 'me time'.
Manna Community CIC
Mindful Activities Yorkshire CIC
We offer crafts and activities to support health and wellness which promote a calming approach to a busy lifestyle. Loose yourself in craft & creativity to improve LIFE, LEARNING & HEALTH. We offer workshops to promote mindfulness and creativity from Pottery Painting, Decoupage to re-purposing furniture at our shabby chic afternoon tea sessions. Our services also include Funded Projects Gripping Yarns - Knit, crochet while telling good old fashioned stories to each other Craft Fusion - All things crafts, members receive a craft box once per month and relay how the craft helped them to control anxiety and stress Chatty Cafe - this is part of a larger group called Wellness Wednesday held at the Hilltop Helping Hands Community Centre where anyone can drop in for whatever session is taking place, have a cuppa and a chat. The sessions include Art Classes hosted by Kim Munro, Cooking for the Family and much more
Nomad Opening Doors
North Doncaster Development Trust
Phoenix Women's Aid
Regather Limited
The existing food system is working against the notions of resilience, sustainability and fairness and puts those who are most vulnerable to market failure at the most risk. Therefore Regather does not identify a specific disadvantaged group, but seeks to make the local food system more resilient, sustainable and fair for all, including those most in need. In our local community too many food system interventions focus on redistribution of surplus or donated food from supermarkets and convenience food retailers. Most of these foodstuffs are high fat, salt or sugar foods and limited quantities of fresh fruit and vegetables are offered. These interventions offer immediate access to food, but do not address (and can negatively reinforce) poor health caused by diet, and offer limited secondary local economic benefit. In contrast Regather's focus on food production, rather than food redistribution, can connect flows of locally and regionally produced fresh fruit and vegetables with health and social care interventions, which in turn can change food buying, cooking and eating habits and positively address issues relating to poor health caused by diet. The financial transactions involved in producing, processing, buying and selling local and regional food enables a more productive landscape and opportunities for direct economic benefit to be created. Local people getting involved in this food production, either on a voluntary or paid basis, are able to access proven health benefits from spending time outdoors engaged in nature and physical activity. In situations where this food can be produced to ecological or certified organic standards there is potential for significant environmental benefits such as improved soil health, insect health, wildlife conservation and local biodiversity.
Research ALK +ve
We are a new Doncaster based charity dedicated to raising money for research into ALK positive lung cancer. Lung cancer is shockingly underfunded relative to most cancers, as there is the misconception that lung cancer is caused by smoking, so somehow sufferers deserve it, making it an unpopular cancer charity to donate to. Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is relatively common, but around 5% of people diagnosed with NSCLC are ALK positive. ALK positive lung cancer is on the increase world-wide typically affecting younger, female, non-smokers. Lung cancer kills more people than breast, bowel and prostrate combined yet receives the least Government funding for research, which is why public fundraising is essential.
Sheffield Futures
Skill Step Training
Skill Step Training was founded in order to support our learners in gaining the skills, knowledge, behaviours and qualifications needed for a successful career and life. We want to play our part in supporting our local economy by ensuring that young people are equipped to access employment, training or higher education and by enabling more people to learn throughout their lives providing them with the skills to access work or to progress within their career. We are passionate about providing training and changing people’s lives. We work collaboratively with our partners to design and deliver training programmes appropriate to our employers, learners and local labour market. We pride our self on delivering an outstanding service to our employers and learners. We believe that partnership and collaboration is key in providing efficient, tailored and quality training which meet the needs of our learners, employers and the local community.
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