CWA Brighton »

All this week, we will be celebrating Volunteers Week 2018 by sharing the experiences of the people that volunteer their time for the groups we fund. First up is Sally, a volunteer pilot with Cycling Without Age Brighton.

Headway West Sussex »

Headway West Sussex supports the survivors of Acquired Brain Injury, their families, carers and wider circle of support. The group has received £2,846 from Sussex Community Foundation to support their work over the last couple of years. Here is Paul’s story.

St John’s Tuesday Group »

St John’s Tuesday Group is based at the St John the Evangelist church in Hastings. It provides a safe, non-judgemental drop-in service for families in St Leonard's and Hastings, free and open to all.

Hove Luncheon Club »

The Hove Luncheon Club provides a healthy and hot three-course meal for isolated older people, once a week as well as offering the chance of weekly social contact and to play games and listen to guest speakers. The Club also provides placements for volunteers, some with learning disabilities, who learn catering skills in the kitchen, setting up, serving and clearing up.

Brighton City Table Tennis Club »

Brighton City Table Tennis Club provides role models to support the personal development of young people, to instil a life-ling love of table tennis and to build a strong community. The Club offers top-class training and coaching sessions twice a week at Brighton Youth Centre. It has teams in the senior British league, the Brighton league and many Club players compete in other competitions and leagues. “Not only do we develop players, we also develop coaches,” says Club founder Tim Holtam. We have helped to subsidise and train eight 16-18-year olds and two over-18s who have now qualified as coaches. These are all young people who left school with little or no qualifications.”