Voluntary

  • Workers' Educational Association (WEA)

    WEA is the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education in England and Scotland. Founded in 1903, the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) is a charity dedicated to bringing hig , ,

    South West Regional Office, Lower Ground Floor, 4 Barnfield Crescent, Exeter EX1 1QT
  • Make it Studios

    Make It Studios is a shared workspace and enterprise hub in Stroud for start-ups, freelancers and independent workers looking for space to live their life's work. , , ,

    Fromehall Mill, Unit 7, Block 2, Lodgemore Lane, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3EH
  • Alive Activities

    Alive is the UK’s leading charity enriching the lives of older people in care and training their carers. Our vision is a world where older people live lives full of joy, meaning and opportunity. ,

  • Forest of Dean Baby Bank

    Our aim is to provide Emergency Baby supplies such as formula, nappies, food and other baby equipment on a referral basis. To use the Baby Bank you will need a referral from either a health profession ,

  • The Gloucestershire Carers Hub

    PeoplePlus is the new provider for carers’ services in the county. The carers hub will provide: Information, advice and guidance Carers assessment and su

    The Gloucestershire Carers Hub, Conway House, 31 Worcester Street, Gloucester GL1 3AJ
  • Positive Relationships Gloucestershire - Splitz Support Service

    Positive Relationships Gloucestershire (PRG) is a service for men and women aged 18 and over, living in Gloucestershire, who want to make positive changes to improve relationships with their partner, , ,

  • Teckels Animal Sanctuaries

    Teckels is based in Whitminster, Gloucester. We run a rescue and rehoming centre as well as providing boarding services for cats and dogs. We are highly trained in animal welfare and passionate about ,

    Bristol Road, Whitminster, Gloucester, Glos. GL2 7LU
  • Guideposts

    Guideposts’ exists to provide services to meet individual needs so that each person has the opportunity to fulfill their aspirations and maximise their potential. We seek to achieve excellence in ou , ,

  • Cheltenham Powerchair Football Club

    Cheltenham Powerchair Football Club was formed in 2014 by Brian Dix and a hardy bunch of volunteers. Since then the club has grown and grown and is still the only Powerchair Football club in the 3 cou , ,

    Cheltenham Powerchair FC c/o Community Resource Centre Grove Street Cheltenham GL50 3LZ
  • Goals beyond Grass

    We are a charity dedicated to helping children, families, and communities across the country reach their full potential by engaging in physical and social activity , ,

    Community Resource Centre, Grove St, Cheltenham. GL50 3LZ