Stakeholders

Active Communities Network
Julian Wadsworth
+ 44 (0) 2392 222 127
Leigh Park Community Centre
Dunsbury Way
Hampshire
PO9 5BG

Active Communities Network

Tackle Poverty. Create Opportunities. Inspire Change.

There are four pillars to our work which enable us to deliver our mission and vision:

Active Communities Network

Grassroots Project Delivery

Research and Evidence of Impact 

5 Star Active Partnership 

 

ArtReach
0116 261 6882
LCB Depot
31 Rutland Street
Leicester
LE1 1RE

ArtReach

ArtReach makes great art possible and accessible, connecting art with grass roots and diverse communities to forge creative engagement.

ArtReach is a not-for- profit, contemporary arts development agency, led by ArtReach (Trust) Ltd, that connects art with grass roots and diverse communities to forge creative engagement. ArtReach is part of the Arts Council England NPO portfolio and has four key strands of activity: Festival and Event Delivery, Consultancy Services, Capital Project Development, Public Art Commissioning.

ArtReach are the proud producers of Journeys Festival International - a multi-artform Festival that celebrates the creative talent of refugee and asylum seeker artists, sharing the refugee experience through great art and culture.

(ArtReach est une agence de développement des arts contemporains à but non lucratif, dirigée par ArtReach (Trust) Ltd, qui relie l'art populaire aux diverses communautés afin de forger un engagement créatif. ArtReach fait partie du portefeuille du Arts Council England NPO et comporte quatre grands volets d'activité: Livraison de festivals et d'événements, services de consultation, développement de projets ayant besoin de fonds financiers, commandes d'art public.

ArtReach sont les fiers producteurs du Journeys Festival International - un festival d'arts sous diverses formes, qui célèbre le talent créatif des artistes réfugiés et demandeurs d'asile, partageant l'expérience des réfugiés à travers l'art et la culture.)

Journeys Festival International 2018 takes place in:
Leicester 17 - 26 August
Manchester 04 - 14 October
Portsmouth 19 - 28 October

C. Forner, Chief Executive
02 33 26 07 24
23 rue Châtelets
61000
ALENÇON
France

Boîte aux lettres

Nous sommes un organisme de formation spécialisé dans les compétences de base. Ces compétences indispensables quel que soit votre poste de travail : communiquer à l’oral et à l’écrit, utiliser les règles de base du calcul et du raisonnement, maîtriser l’informatique mais également pouvoir travailler en équipe, en autonomie et en respectant les règles d’hygiène et de sécurité.

Nous sommes à votre service avec une équipe de professionnels spécialisés sur les compétences de base, des méthodes pédagogiques non scolaires, des formations adaptées en contenu et en durée à vos besoins.

(We are a training organization specializing in basic skills. These skills are essential whatever your workstation: communicate orally and in writing, use the basic rules of calculation and reasoning, or mastering computer tools .But it also includes being able to work in a team, independently and respecting the rules of health and safety.

We are at your service with a team of professionals, specialized in basic skills, non-academic teaching methods, training with adapted contents and duration, depending of what your needs are.)

Citizens Advice Bureau Portsmouth
Sandy O'Neill
+ 44 (0) 23 92855855
Citizens Advice Bureau Portsmouth
Ark Royal House, Winston Churchill Avenue
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO1 2GF

Citizens Advice Bureau Portsmouth

At Citizens Advice Portsmouth we have advice coach's and volunteers who understand the difficulties many people find themselves in throughout their lives and can offer help and support at these crucial times.

 

Harbour Church Portsmouth
Liz Wood
Harbour Church Portsmouth
97 Commercial Road
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO1 1BQ

City Women Harbour Church

A group of women from Harbour Church in Portsmouth have been working together to provide a space within the city that can be that opportunity to take 'time for you.’ It is for women of all ages and backgrounds whose circumstances mean that it can be rare for them to feel looked after and pampered.

+44 (0)1752 205210
Unit 37, HQ Building
237 Union Street, Stonehouse
Plymouth
Devon
PL1 3HQ

Colebrook Supported Housing

This organisation holds a supported living contract for Plymouth and wider Devon. They have a large employee base and they struggle to recruit to their support worker roles due to lack of people with the required skills in the community. They are keen to support beneficiaries through the project and will offer initial volunteering opportunities to embed learning where appropriate.

(Cette organisation est titulaire d'un contrat d'accompagnement au logement, dans la zone de Plymouth et plus largement dans tout le Devon. Ils ont un grand nombre d'employés disponibles, mais ont du mal à recruter des travailleurs de soutien, en raison du manque de personnes ayant les compétences requises dans la population. Ils sont donc désireux de soutenir les bénéficiaires tout au long du projet et offriront des opportunités initiales de volontariat pour intégrer l'apprentissage dans les domaines où cela se révèlera approprié.)

CRCC
Jay Chapman
2 Princes Street
Truro
Cornwall
TR1 2ES

Cornwall Rural Community Charity

CRCC’s mission is to enable Cornish communities to be vibrant, sustainable and inclusive.

CRCC is a Cornish Charity that informs and guides local groups and individuals to achieve their aspirations and develop sustainable, inclusive communities.

DA Training & Consultancy
Gary Callaghan
+44 2380 016555
Wessex House
Upper Market Street
Eastleigh
Hampshire
SO50 9FD

DA Training & Consultancy

To deliver quality, affordable education, Training and qualifications.

Private Training Provider 

Hampshire & Isle of Wight Business Alliance logo
Robert Hillier or Peter Grant
01202 607547
Ground Floor, Wates House
Wallington Hill
Fareham
Hampshire
PO16 7BJ

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Business Alliance

The focus of the Business Alliance is to harness the collective voice of the business community to positively influence policy development in relation to the economic environment, including support for businesses and the wider economy of Hampshire. It will also look to secure effective engagement between the Hampshire business community and key stakeholders in the public sector – including national government, local government, relevant government agencies and Local Enterprise Partnerships. (L'objectif de Business Alliance est d'exploiter la voix collective de la communauté d'affaires afin d'influencer positivement le développement des politiques en relation avec l'environnement économique, y compris le soutien aux entreprises et à l'économie plus large du Hampshire. Ce partenaire cherchera également à assurer un engagement efficace entre la communauté d'affaires du Hampshire et les principales parties prenantes du secteur public - dont le gouvernement national, le gouvernement local, les agences gouvernementales adéquates et les partenariats avec les entreprises locales.)

The Business Alliance was formed from Lord Heseltine’s vision that major national business support organisations should work in unison combining their resources to provide an exemplary level of support in the UK.

The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Business Alliance (HIBA) represents the collaboration of the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce, Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce, Business South, WSX Enterprise, British Marine, EEF – the Manufacturers’ Organisation, Federation of Small Businesses, Institute of Directors and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

(La Business Alliance est née de la vision de Lord Heseltine, selon laquelle les principales organisations nationales de soutien aux entreprises devraient travailler à l'unisson en combinant leurs ressources, pour fournir un niveau de soutien exemplaire au Royaume-Uni.

La Hampshire and Isle of Wight Business Alliance (HIBA) représente la collaboration de la Chambre du Commerce d'Hampshire, de la Chambre du Commerce de l'Isle of Wight , des Entreprises du Sud, de WSX Enterprise, de la Marine Britannique, de EEF - l'Organisation des Fabriquants, de la Fédération des Petites Entreprises, l'Institute des Directeurs et l'Institut des comptables agréés en Angleterre et au Pays de Galles.)

John Pound Centre
+ 44 (0) 2392 892 010
John Pounds Centre
23 Queen Street
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO1 3HN

John Pounds Centre

The John Pounds Centre is Portsmouth’s flagship community and enterprise facility boasting a 350-seat capacity multi-use Sports Halls, Gym/Fitness Suite, Meeting & Training Rooms, IT Suite, Arts Spaces, Library, Youth Rooms, Nursery, Launderette, Office Space, Cafe, and Dentist, providing affordable and accessible activities and services to local residents and the wider city.

La Coding
Willy Leloutre
+ 33 2 31 07 17 62
4 Avenue de Cambridge
14200 Hérouville-Saint-Clair
France

La Coding School

La Coding School est un centre de formation atypique dédié à la transmission des savoirs et savoir-faire numériques pour tous et spécialisé dans l’accompagnement à la transition digitale des organisations et des métiers via des formations-action. C’est une startup de l’EdTech créée et basée en Normandie en 2014, labellisée par l’État « Grande École du Numérique », référencée dans l’observatoire national de l’EdTech.

Notre scope de formations permet d’intervenir de 1 journée à 9 mois, en passant par du coaching technique et jusqu’à la formation à de nouveaux métiers dans l’entreprise et de dispense de titre professionnel.

Notre pédagogie est fondée sur une approche à 360° sur l’univers digital, la gamification de l’apprentissage, la créativité et le partage.

Grâce à notre Learning Lab, nous intégrons en amont les dernières innovations, tant technologiques que d’usages pour transmettre à nos clients et stagiaires une culture, des outils et des savoirs pragmatiques, de progrès et différents.

La Coding développe ses actions, dans un esprit d’égalité des chances, d’entre-aide, de partage et d'ouverture culturelle. Profondément féministe, la Coding School défend la mixité, l’inclusion et l’égalité femme-homme dans le numérique et au-delà. Nous avons à ce sujet créé la première formation aux métiers du numérique pour les personnes en situation de handicap.

The Coding School is an atypical training center dedicated to the transfer of digital knowledge and know-how for all and specializes in supporting the digital transition of organizations and businesses via training-action. It is a startup of the EdTech created and based in Normandy in 2014, labeled by the State "Grande Ecole du Numérique", referenced in the national observatory of EdTech.

Our training scope allows us to offer training sessions ranging from 1 day to 9 months, through technical coaching, professional designation delivering and new digital jobs training.

Our eclectic approach benefits from gamification of the learning process, creativity and sharing. Thanks to our Learning Lab, we can upstream test and integrate the latest innovations, technologies and usages. We can thus offer a different culture and pragmatic tools and knowledge.

Moreover, because we first have skills and knowledges needed for digital development, Agile project management, digital communication and innovation, we decided to respond positively to web development and innovative accompaniement demands. These prestations can or cannot be backed up by a training session.

La Coding is, thus, also a digital development studio, offering our customers the possibility to mix and match training and development, all based on latest technologies and uses. In that sense, La Coding is a reliable and qualified partner, ready to accompany in all digital transition challenges.

We advocate equal opportunities, mutual aid, sharing and cultural opening in all of our actions. For that matter, we created the first digital training dedicated to people with disabilities. Deeply feminist, La coding also defends mixity, inclusion and equality between men and women, in the digital area and beyond.

One Community
Jean Roberts-Jones
+ 44 02380902400
16 Romsey Road
Eastleigh
Hampshire
SO50 9AL

One Community Eastleigh

To improve the lives of the local people.

Volunteering opportunities as a means to employment.  Access to diverse communities. 

Ms Jacky Clift
+44 (0)1752395131
Devonport Guildhall
Ker St
Plymouth
Devon
PL1 4EL

Plymouth VCSE

This organisation supports the voluntary sector with advice and guidance, but they also need to grow their staff base due to growth in their workstreams. They are an organisation with a social purpose and are keen to use their community networks to help reach women who are in positions of disadvantage (low to no income; little or no qualifications; single parents etc).

(Cette organisation soutient le secteur bénévole par des conseils et une orientation. Mais ils ont également besoin d'augmenter leur base de personnel en raison de la croissance de leurs domaines de travail. Il s'agit d'une organisation à finalité sociale, désireuse d'utiliser ses réseaux communautaires afin d'aider ce projet à atteindre les femmes défavorisées (femmes aux revenus faibles ou inexistants, qui n'auraient peu ou pas de qualifications, ou encore en situation de parents isolés, etc).)

Pompey in the Community
Claire Martin
+ 44 (0) 23 9272 8899
Anson Road
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO4 8TB

Pompey in the Community

Pompey in the Community (registered charity no. 1126118) is an independent charitable trust affiliated to Portsmouth Football Club. 

All our coaches are FA qualified, hold enhanced CRBs as well as Emergency Aid and Safeguarding Children certificates. 

Your children will be well cared for in a safe environment and supervised at all times.

 

PARCS
+ 44 (0) 23 9266 9519
PO Box 3
Portsmouth
Hampshire

Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling

Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling (PARCS) aims to promote healthy relationships and alleviate the physical, emotional and psychological distress associated with interpersonal trauma including rape and sexual abuse/exploitation. PARCS work with all genders aged 5 and above who are resident in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. The charity provides free specialist support, counselling and psychotherapy to survivors of sexual abuse. It also runs a community awareness programme aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of sexual abuse. PARCS work is undertaken by a small team of paid staff and volunteers and supported through fundraising and the provision of local and national funding.
Portsmouth City Council
Mark Sage
+ 44 (0) 23 9282 2251
Civic Offices
Guildhall Square
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO1 2BG

Portsmouth City Council

Local City Council of Portsmouth

The Recovery Cafe
Jane Muir
67 Kingston Road
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO2 7DX

Recovery Café

The recovery café primarily supports the homeless and those recovering from addiction. Their workshops range from group sessions to one-to-one counselling, as well as peer-led advice workshops for those dealing with the early stages of addiction recovery.

Smartline
Karen Spooner
Volunteer Cornwall
Acorn House, Heron Way, Newham
Truro
Cornwall
TR1 2XN

SMARTLINE

Digitally connecting your community to help you take back control of your health and wellbeing

Smart wellbeing inspired by the community

Southern Domestic Abuse Service
Patience Manhovo
+ 44 (0) 2392 008328
PO Box 53
Havant
Hampshire
PO9 1UA

Southern Domestic Abuse Service

Southern Domestic Abuse Service (SDAS) is a registered charity that provides services to women, children and men who have experienced or who are experiencing domestic abuse. SDAS: Believes victims and survivors of domestic abuse Provides them with somewhere safe to stay Works to empower women, children, young people and men to live a life free of domestic abuse.

Southern Domestic Abuse Service provides services to women, children, young people and men who have experienced or who are experiencing domestic abuse in their relationships.

The Incuhive Space
Steven Northam
+44 (0) 7873 791200
The IncuHive Space
Mayflower Close, Chandlers Ford
Eastleigh
Hampshire
SO53 4AR

The IncuHive Ltd.

Business Incubation, Investment and Collaboration

Business Incubation Space, Training Provider and Start-Up Investment Services. 

The Roberts Centre
Carol Dampner
+ 44 (0) 23 9229 6919
The Roberts Centre
84 Crasswell Street
Portsmouth
Hampshire
PO1 1HT

The Roberts Centre

VISION “Working together to improve the lives of Children and Families” MISSION: to work with partners to deliver services that support vulnerable people, families, and children giving them all the best possible chances to achieve their potential through social inclusion. VALUES •Commitment to supporting vulnerable families to enable them to provide the very best outcomes for their children •Develop new services in response to identified need •Provide services to meet the specific needs of the communities we serve •Provide evolving pathways for vulnerable people and families striving to improve their circumstances Our strengths lie in our ability to provide diverse services to families in partnership with other organisations. The Roberts Centre is a registered charity and regulated by the Charity Commission.

We are an organisation with a reputation for developing innovative responses to families who are struggling to improve their family’s difficult circumstances whether from homelessness or family breakdown.

Top Banana Circus

Top Banana Circus

A dynamic, sustainable cultural organisation developing the skills and talents of the people of Portsmouth and surrounding areas.

Based on the South Coast, UK, Top Banana Circus run regular classes, one off workshops, Circus days and drop-ins, as well as appearing at events.

WOMBA Ltd.
Dan Godsall
07557969481
9 Uplands Way
Southampton
Hampshire
SO17 1QW

Womba Ltd.

Becoming a parent doesn’t need to mean the end of a promising career

Womba (work, me, and the baby) is a coaching consultancy that provides transitional support, to new parents, returners, and businesses, helping them to retain and support key employees at a critical lifestage. 

YMCA Cornwall
Kate Jarvis
01736 334820
International House
The Orchard
Alverton, Penzance
Cornwall
TR18 4TE

YMCA Cornwall

YMCA Cornwall is a Christian charity committed to helping young people, particularly at times of need, regardless of faith. Across England there are 114 independent YMCAs and YMCA England has charity shops in the community to help support their work. Each one is a thriving and active community and an autonomous charity that is transforming lives. YMCA is the largest and the oldest group of independent charities working with young people in the world.

YMCA Cornwall was established in 1877 and from its very earliest days has provided supportive accommodation to young people in need. As an autonomous charity we rely on donations and grants to fund much of our work.