We are so grateful for all the kind offers of cash, clothing, and furniture to support some of our most vulnerable and disadvantaged people.
We hope the brief list below will ensure your kindness is received by the best placed voluntary sector organisations supporting people.
- British-Ukrainian Aid supports people suffering from the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine by aligning UK and Ukrainian efforts.
- Khalsa Aid is an international NGO with the aim to provide humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world. The organisation is based upon the Sikh principle of "Recognise the whole human race as one".
- Disaster Emergency Committee By donating to the Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal, you'll help DEC charities provide food, water, shelter and healthcare to refugees and displaced families.
- Red Cross - Anyone who got into trouble – loneliness, sickness, poverty, unemployment, loss of family links, emergency or armed conflict – may refer to the Red Cross.
- Doctors without borders - An independent, global movement providing medical aid where it’s needed most
- Voices of Children - The Voices of Children Foundation has been helping children affected by the war since 2015.
- Help Ukraine Emergency Appeal - A fundraiser in aid of Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB).
- The Refugee and Migrant Centre (RMC) is an award winning charity founded in 1999.
- Homes for Ukraine - This bespoke scheme will offer a route to those who want to come to the UK who have someone here willing to provide them with a home.
Homeless or those at risk of homelessness
Alternative Giving CIO, We are doing all we can to help homeless and vulnerable people in Wolverhampton. With 100% of your donations and volunteer time going to support Wolverhampton agencies and charities.
Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Migrants
The Refugee and Migrant Centre, RMC mission is “To assist refugees and migrants through crisis and disadvantage, by removing barriers to their integration and enabling them to become equal citizens”.
Domestic violence and destitute Women
The Haven, The Haven Wolverhampton’s vision is for all women and children to live in a society free from oppression, homelessness, and abuse, and to promote and uphold human rights.
Disadvantaged children, families, and adults in need:
Strengthening Families Hub are based across the City to provide support and activities for families. With everything from parenting support, housing, benefits, training and employment and much more to help people get the most out of family life as residents of our City.
Pregnant mothers and children aged 0-19:
Health Inclusion Team and The Partnering Families 0-19 Teams provide services including health visiting, school nursing, and the Partnering Families Team.
Vulnerable and Disadvantaged people:
The African and Caribbean Community Initiative aim to facilitate better community integration by developing individual skills, confidence and capability and improve the lives of many vulnerable families in our community. The furniture is used to help people to have the opportunity to truly settle into our City.
Vulnerable and Disadvantaged people - Make a House a Home:
P3 “Our Wolverhampton community drop-in centre, or 'Navigator', is open to anyone homeless or at risk of homelessness who needs advice or guidance, be that about their tenancy or housing situation, homelessness relationship issues, or if they simply need support to access other services”.
Supporting across the voluntary and community sector:
The Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council advertise all volunteer roles to support across the city.