Our city by the sea is home to some of the most affluent, and also the most deprived, areas in England. TDC identify individuals and communities facing challenges, then set up and support community groups that tackle these specific needs and problems. TDC help groups with training, funding applications, governance and accessing services, so that people in our local communities are empowered to take control of their own lives.
Contacts: Lyndsay Macadam and Cal Chester.
Wavertree House, Somerhill Road, Hove,BN3 1RN
Tel 01273 262220 Email: [email protected]
Brighton and Hove venue search is a free service provided by Community Base listing community venues in Brighton and Hove.
Community Works gives groups the support and platform they need to make a difference to local lives and issues and help people who want to volunteer their time to find local opportunities that make the most of their abilities and ambitions. They also connect local businesses with voluntary and community organisations so they can both benefit and work with the public sector to ensure they can connect with local voluntary and community action.
At The Resource Centre groups can hire equipment for fetes and fairs, playschemes, after school clubs, meetings, and lots of other events. They offer cheap self-service printing in black & white or colour, or a printing service at extra cost. The Resource Centre also offers and information service which aims to help local groups, help find the funds needed and get in touch with people who can help.
SCIP provides IT support, web design and training.They bring over fifteen years of experience and expertise to clients ranging from charities and not-for-profit organisations, to SMEs.
The Community University Partnership Programme (Cupp) aims to create sustainable partnerships that provide an enduring benefit to local communities and to the University of Brighton. We are a first point of contact at the university for anyone with ideas for new ways of working together. We help develop ideas into projects, provide start up funding and help networks and communities of practice to develop. Find out more about Cupp.