|Bradford City Angling Association||
|Bradford City of Sanctuary||
Bradford City of Sanctuary (BCoS), part of the rapidly growing national CoS movement, was launched in 2008 with a vision of creating a culture of welcome, hospitality and inclusion in the city for asylum seekers and refugees. We aim to increase understanding and support as well as opportunities for employment, volunteering and participation in all aspects of life in the city
|Bradford Community Payroll and Accounts||
Provides a comprehensive payroll service to the voluntary sector. If you employ people you may wish to consider using Bradford CPA to save you the bother of learning all about PAYE, tax, automatic enrolment and all those other pay-related items that come with employing staff. Bradford Community Payroll and Accounts Ltd. is the trading company of Community Action Bradford & District.
|Bradford Community Repaint||
Paint recycle and reuse. Bradford Repaint collects unwanted waste paint and recycles it away from landfill sites to community groups, charity organisations, schools, churches and similar association's, at a low cost.
|Bradford Community Tai-chi and Chinese Yoga||
Bradford Community Taichi and Chinese Yoga run community classes for adults in the evenings on
|Bradford Counselling Services||
BCS provides a confidential counselling service for people of all ages from 16 up. There is a team of experienced counsellors with the skills to suit your needs, providing a safe environment for people to talk about their issues and enable them to make the changes that are right for them.
Bradford Cyrenians is committed to delivering the provision of safe and secure housing, advice and support to vulnerable communities.
|Bradford Cyrenians Men Standing Up||
Men Standing Up is a support service for male victims and survivors of domestic abuse. We provide a range of services including:
Each referral into the service will be assessed to see how the service can accommodate their needs.
|Bradford Cyrenians Re-Start Project||
Housing and support to rough sleeping men and women. Dispersed accommodation is provided by the project.
|Bradford Cyrenians STOP Service||
The aim of STOP is to break the cycle that sees offenders released from prison only to return after an unsuccessful rehabilitation. The STOP service offers temporary semi-supportive accommodation for ex-offending men and women aged 18+.
The scheme is aimed at diverting vulnerable people from re-offending, particularly those who have received custodial sentences of less than 12 months and/or repeat offenders.
Homelessness is a main factor towards offending and by providing stable accommodation we will mitigate this element. We will further enhance service users opportunity of succeeding by putting in place a comprehensive support package that will assist in addressing many of the complex needs presented by offenders and which contributes to their chaotic lifestyle. Working in partnership with key agencies such as the prison services and Youth Offending Teams the STOP team will offer intensive support that helps service users move on into their own accommodation within 6 months.
We aim to Help service users to develop coping strategies and life skills that help to prevent them from re-offending and returning to prison and/or becoming homeless.
|Bradford Cyrenians: Hostel and Supported Tenancies||
15 bed hostel for homeless men
|Bradford Deaf Community Association||
The Bradford Deaf Centre, 25 Hallfield Road, has been used by D/deaf people to meet and socialise with each other since 1896.
Now, however, it is also used by a variety of voluntary organisations which include churches, a sports and social club, the Bradford Gamers Society, British Sign Language courses, an Over 55 Club and Monday Morning Mingle group, and a women-only group. We have plenty of activities including arts and crafts!
We have our own car park, a disabled parking bay immediately outside the building and a ramp entrance area, all monitored by CCTV to ensure visitor safety.
Our facilities also include a full size catering kitchen and a games room with two full size snooker tables. We have various sized rooms, all of which are available to hire for functions or meetings.
|Bradford Disability Football Club||
Established in 2001, the club provides football coaching to players of all ages, with varying disability levels. The club is affiliated to the FA.
Bradford Disability Football club (BDFC) provide access to football for anyone of any age, both male and female, with any disability whether it be learning or physical. Formed in 2002 the club originally consisted of just 8 players, now at the start of 2017 there are c. 175 registered players at the club.
The club has a wealth of provision available to it’s members and their families, from training to social activities there is something to ensure all needs are catered for within all age groups and disabilities. We provide opportunities for the disabled community.
|Bradford Disability Sports and Leisure||
Sport and leisure opportunities for disabled people.
|Bradford District Credit Union||
We are an ethical savings and loans company run by our members who live within the Bradford district. We're a friendly alternative to high street banks, doorstep loan sharks and other costly money-lenders. We are the largest Credit Union in Bradford with over 6,000 members and we are fully regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Why are Credit Unions so good?
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Current partners & loyalty loans
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Offering practical and emotional support to pregnant mums six weeks before the birth, during labour and six weeks after the birth, through trained volunteers.
Doula is the Greek word for wise-woman. Acting as a ‘professional friend’, volunteer doulas help women to make positive choices, accompany them to appointments, provide practical support at the birth, build positive relationships with other services and offer emotional support.
Our Bradford Doulas project supports women to make the best choices for themselves and their babies, helping them to achieve a positive birth experience and building their knowledge to enable them to make informed decisions about childbirth, nutrition and breastfeeding. Support from volunteer doulas can also connect families into network of other support services.
Families are carefully matched with volunteer doulas who are best suited to them (dependent on the woman’s needs, requests and circumstances).
Who will benefit? Over the first three years the project will aim to train at least 50 women to become accredited volunteer doulas, who will go on to support around 200 pregnant women in the Better Start Bradford area. The service is suitable for women who require support regarding maternal health and social wellbeing. Evidence tells us that where a woman receives support before the birth, during birth and after the birth, she is more likely to have a natural birth and a more positive birth experience.
Who provides it? The Bradford Doulas service has been commissioned by Better Start Bradford to run the Bradford Doulas project in Better Start Bradford, supporting more expectant women living in our area. The Project also is funded by Bradford City CCG and supports all women and families across the City CCG wards.
Where and when is it delivered? Most support is in the home and volunteer doulas also accompany women to appointments, antenatal classes and hospitals for birth. Training for volunteers doulas, is held at Carlisle Business Centre.
How do families register? If you are over 28 weeks pregnant and feel that you would benefit from the support of a doula, you can ask for free help by contacting Bradford Doulas on 01274 223 232 or email email@example.com for a referral form. Women can also be referred by their midwife, doctor, health visitor, early year’s staff, social care, children’s centre, voluntary and community sector organisations or other Better Start Bradford projects.
|Bradford Duke of Edinburgh's Award||
Provides opportunities to accredit leisure activities using this nationally known scheme for young people aged 14-24. Groups run at schools, youth centres and other organisations. An Open Unit runs on Wednesday nights, 7-9pm, at the Duke of Edinburgh's Centre, Undercliffe Lane, Bradford, BD3 0QD.
|Bradford Expedition Leaders Association||
Bradford Expedition Leaders Association was set up in 2006 to support people who wish to train as Expedition Leaders in normal, lowland country; and to support qualified leaders with loan equipment, minibus transport, insurance and further training as required.
|Bradford Family History Society||
The Society was founded in 1982 by a small group of individuals attending a course in family history run by Philip Rushworth, the first Chairman of the Society.
|Bradford Flower Fund Homes||
Housing charity providing individual rented homes, grouped in small estates, for elderly people. Currently 165 properties. Contact us for information on how to donate and application forms for accommodation (waiting list for accommodation).
|Bradford Fringe Festival||
Bradford Fringe Festival is taking place across the city centre this summer. We have over 50 events across 20 venues showcasing nationally and locally recognised artists and emerging talent. Catch Edinburgh Fringe Preview Shows, Theatre Shows and a whole host more between Friday 28th of June and Sunday 8th of September.
|Bradford Guild of Handweavers, Spinners and Dyers||
Aims to foster and encourage knowledge and skills in these traditional crafts and Tapestry Weaving. We cater for all levels of ability and everyone is welcome. We try to have a guest speaker/ workshop on alternate months, with skills sharing sessions at the other Guild meetings. Items of equipment available to Members on hire at favourable rates. There is a small library offering a comprehensive range of publications for loan in return for a small fee. See our website for more details
|Bradford Hebrew Congregation||
Unincorporated community religious charity
Youth and community development and related experiential learning through sports of Basketball : Monday 7:00pm - 9:00pm (open age); Friday 6:00pm - 7.30pm juniors / children, 7.30 - 9.00pm (open age)
|Bradford Mechanics Institute Library||
From its origins in 1832 to the present day, the Bradford Mechanics Institute has served the people of the City with educational, recreational and social activities.
Today we are primarily a well-stocked subscription library with an expanding range of very active Interest Groups.
The Library has over 14,000 books in the fiction section. These are constantly replenished with the most recent titles and our staff are keen to respond to the specific requests of readers. Non-fiction sections cover the usual full range of topics: biography, history, philosophy, hobbies, travel, etc . . . Sections which support our Interest Groups are particularly well stocked, for example, local history, poetry and WW1.