The Alexandra Wiley Foundation aims to keep Alexandra’s memory alive by making it possible for underprivileged young people to achieve and cultivate their dreams through involvement in extra-curricular activities which can broaden their horizons and help them achieve their dreams.
Founded in 1993, Bees for Development was the first organisation to articulate the reasons why beekeeping is such a useful tool for alleviating poverty while helping to retain biodiversity. We focus on simple methods of sustainable beekeeping, always using local bees and local materials.
We aim to be a family for every individual who seeks asylum or is granted refugee status in Swindon, and to help them to rebuild their lives. We provide advice, support, practical help and friendship, so that our visitors have the best possible chance of a fair hearing, a fair outcome from their asylum claim, and a fair future in the UK.
The Jubilee Gardens Project was set up to provide education and training for adults who experience varying levels of learning disability.
Medaille Trust’s mission is to provide refuge and freedom from modern slavery. We are one of the largest provider of supported safe house beds for victims of modern slavery in the UK.
Annually the centre takes in over 3,000 wildlife casualties and receives between 6 and 7,000 telephone calls for help and advice, all this achieved by a dedicated team of people comprising of staff, volunteers, friends and supporters, without whom it would not be possible. Oak and Furrows operate a 24 hour Wildlife Rescue Service, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.
A key objective of the cafe is to help and support people recovering from mental illness or at risk of suffering mental illness by providing them with positive, work-related opportunities in a Café open to the public in order to take them a step nearer to the world of work.
Since 1980, Prospect Hospice has provided the only dedicated end-of-life care service for people living in Swindon, Marlborough and north east Wiltshire. We bring care, comfort and confidence, around the clock, every day of the year.
We are a friendly, accessible center based in Swindon. Hydrotherapy can relieve pain, help with rehabilitiation and offer many benefits for many conditions, spanning all age groups.
TWIGS (Therapeutic Work In Gardening Swindon) came into being in November 1997. It was created by Pride of Swindon winner Anne Billingham, who realised the therapeutic benefits that working with nature could bring to those experiencing mental health problems.
The White Horse Birth Centre is led by dedicated and professional Midwives and provides a homely, comfortable and family centred environment for you to give birth.