CARE & REPAIR ENGLAND
Care & Repair England
was established in 1986 by Shelter and the Housing Associations Charitable Trust (Hact) with the primary objective of enabling disadvantaged older people, particularly low income home owners, to live independently in their own homes. The organisation is run as an impartial, not for profit organisation, highlighting the impact of poor quality housing on the health and well-being of older people, pioneering new initiatives which better meet the evolving housing needs of a diverse, ageing population and working with older people to influence decision making both locally and nationally.
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COMMUNITY SERVICE VOLUNTEERS SCOTLAND
Community Service Volunteers
is the UK’s leading volunteer and training organisation, with 200,000 volunteers and 20,000 trainees involved in programmes across the UK each year. It is a registered charity and has an almost 50 year history of social action, with a wealth of experience in creating opportunities for people to work together to have a positive impact on the community.
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SOLIHULL ACTION THROUGH ADVOCACY
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Solihull Action Through Advocacy
(SAtA) is a registered charity, whose name reflects their desire to facilitate change in the lives of vulnerable people by supporting them to speak out on the issues that matter to them. The organisation provides a free and independent service to anyone with a learning disability in Solihull and accepts referrals from any source. SAtA aims to provide a lifeline for people who are vulnerable and at risk of exclusion within their communities, standing with them and speaking up for them to ensure that they become valued members of society.
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