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This is the VCSE Directory, a comprehensive listing of Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations in the Bristol area. If you don't see your own organisation listed, you can add your organisation to our directory.
Better Bilingual CIC offers high quality educational services to schools, colleges and Early Years settings in Bristol. Our aim is to equip teachers, leaders and support staff with a positive mindset around multilingualism and practical teaching strategies to enhance outcomes for pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL). Working in collaboration with parents, carers and community groups to achieve our aims, we directly support BAME pupils, especially New to English or refugees.... More
Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire Community Rehabilitation Company brings together three of the most innovative and high achieving probation trusts in the country.Our work plays a vital role in helping people rehabilitate and lead more positive lives. This reduces reoffending, reduces the number of victims of crime, restores communities. We help people move away from crime by helping them recover from addiction to drugs and alcohol, move towards healthier lifestyles, find... More
Provides assessment of children who have learning or communication conditions and the provision of practical programmes of support for their families and carers.
Established for almost 40 years and independant of state support and reliant on voluntary income through fundrasisng.
The bibic National assessment Centre is located in the the South West and we have locally based community therapists working in Brsitol, Gloucester and the West Midlands
We work with families and... More
BSWN is a BAME-led organisation that delivers race equality work across the South West of England. Our mission is to be a driving force for racial equality in the South West and nationally through releasing the agency and voice of BAME people such that they can utilise robust research, lived experiences, and innate knowledge to influence decision -making, increase their economic and social capital, and construct a more equitable and prosperous society for BAME people everywhere.
The objectives of Black2Nature are:
to work towards the increase in engagement of Black Asian Minority Ethnic people with nature and the environment;
the education of Black Asian Minority Ethnic people to understand the benefits of nature, including benefits to physical and mental health and wellbeing and how that can relate back to their rural heritage abroad; and
the education of those in the nature conservation, nature media, environmental and education or similar... More
Bluebell is a registered charity providing services for mothers and fathers affected by pre and post-natal depression in Bristol. We provide support through therapeutic group programmes and one to one 'Buddy' support in the community. Our groups for mums, Mums' Comfort Zone, are 12-week group programmes for up to 10 mums, with a free creche and are led by an Occupational Therapist. These are held in Children's Centres in North, South and Central Bristol and mums can be... More
Borderlands is a local charity dedicated to working with asylum seekers and refugees in Bristol. It provides free english, maths, art, and computer classes; hot food; a welcome space; mentoring; support and signposting services.
Boss Employment is a social enterprise set up to help people with a learning disability or difficulty find out about work. We provide information, put on events and training as well as support employers interested in employing people. BOSS is linked to many of the employment service providers, colleges and support organisations and can help access the support you need. BOSS has been set up because lots of people said they found it difficult to know where to go to find out about work.... More
Family support centre based in Kingswood, Bristol. We are part of the Bristol Community Church Trust (Reg Charity no. 1044496). We aim to provide a safe and confidential space where families and individuals can seek practical and emotional support. The core services we offer are play therapy, adult counselling and parenting courses. We ask for a voluntary contribution for our services but would not turn anyone away if they cannot pay.