Nottingham Oasis Breast Cancer Trust helps women in need who suffer from unexpected complications that arise after having breast cancer. The charity was established to give practical and financial assistance to breast cancer patients who sometimes go home alone from hospital and have no support network in place.
Windmill Community Garden is a local community garden growing fresh produce sustainably, supporting the community around them with volunteer sessions, workshops, school visits and events. WCG is a refuge for individuals with mental health or physical health problems and for those on the autistic spectrum.
SFiCE Foundation feeds the homeless three times a week along with other vulnerable people, and offer them food bank items, clothes and toiletries. The homeless can have a free shower, and are also offered health and wellbeing services along with free ESOL classes. SFiCE provides a holistic approach to community development.
PASIC provides practical, financial and emotional support to families facing childhood cancer in the East Midlands. They fund support workers at Nottingham and Leicester Children's Hospitals, organise trips and activities, financial support for struggling families, and make sure nobody faces childhood cancer alone.
The Radford Care Group centre (Est 1968) welcomes older people, who are provided with companionship, activities, refreshments and hot lunches - with specialist services for those needing extra support. The Group also supports carers, giving them much needed respite. The Group's overall aim is to alleviate loneliness and isolation for older citizens and their carers, who often feel left to cope alone.
The Wolfpack Project is Nottingham’s only youth organisation dedicated to reducing loneliness and promoting positive mental health among people aged 16-35. Through a combination of one-to-one support, social groups, events, and more, they aim to create support networks and build communities between isolated young people. Run by Nottingham locals who have had personal experience with loneliness and isolation in their lives, they are passionate about providing safe and welcoming spaces to all young people, regardless of background or circumstance.
Central Women's Aid supports and empowers families to recover, following the trauma of being subjected to domestic violence and abuse. They provide safe accommodation and access to outreach support within the community for families facing multiple disadvantage, to reduce the impact of abuse on women and their children.
City Arts believes that everyone is an artist. They work to break down barriers to creativity – in terms of socio-economic background, age, health, disability and systemic inequalities of opportunity. Since 1977, they have helped people in Nottingham to participate in meaningful, quality arts activities.