|Organisation Description||Categories of Work||Where Do They Work?||Who Do They Work With?|
|Deane Scouts & Guides Supporters Association||
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Hulton, Rumworth||Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)|
DEPROSU works to grow organic fruit & vegetables, supporting destitute asylum seekers through training, friendship & fresh food. All members of the community are welcome to join, as long as they are inteerested in working as part of a group. They meet on Saturdays from 1pm, depending on the weather.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Health||Bolton, Rumworth||All, Refugees and people seeking asylum|
|Disabled Community Centre Bolton||
We are here to provide services to predominantly, but not exclusively, Somali Disabled people, their carers and family members. We also promote independence and provide opportunities to enable disabled people to participate fully in our society. To provide services that develop skills to increase employment and volunteering opportunities.
|Employment and training||Bolton, Rumworth||Black and minority ethnic people, Carers, Disabled people, Families / single parents, Homeless people, Men, Older people (over 65 years of age), People with learning disabilities, People with mental health problems, Refugees and people seeking asylum, Unemployed people, Women|
|DISBANDED Bolton & District Over 50's Federation||
Campaigning for Better Services & Equality for Older People by Promoting their Needs & Interests.
Membership is free and open to everyone over the age of 50. We also welcome representatives from other groups who work for/with people over the age of 50. Members receive regular newsletters and invitations to meetings and events. It's easy to join, all you have to do is send your name and address, including post code, to Lillian Punchaby 1 Down Green Road Harwood Bolton BL2 3QD.
|Health, Housing, Social services, Transport||Bolton||Men, Older people (over 65 years of age), Women|
|DISBANDED Bolton North Scouts - now part of Bolton Moorland District||Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Astley Bridge, Bromley Cross||Children (0 -12), Young people (aged 13-25)|
|DISBANDED Bolton Street Angels||
Bolton Street Angels provide a safe haven for anyone who needs a rest away from the night time economy on Saturday nights from 10.00 pm to 3.00 am on Sunday morning. Volunteers patrol the streets of the town centre assissting people who have become vulnerable generally through excessive alcohol consumption.
|Health||Bolton||All, People with substance misuse/addiction problems, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|DISBANDED Bolton's Ear 4 Kidz||
We deal with Bolton deaf/hearing impaired childen and youth's charity.
|Education and research||Greater Manchester, Bolton, Astley Bridge, Smithills, Tonge with the Haulgh, Westhoughton North and Chew Moor, Westhoughton South||Black and minority ethnic people, Carers, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents, Looked after children, People with learning disabilities, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|DISBANDED Bully Free Zone||
Bully Free Zone offers support to children, young people and their families around issues of bullying. Through our award winning Family Support Project, Millennium Volunteers Programme and various research projects we deliver training, workshops and prese
|Social services||Greater Manchester, Bolton||Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents, Looked after children, People with learning disabilities, Refugees and people seeking asylum, Young people (aged 13-25)|
We provide training and consultancy services for and within the local community
|Employment and training||Greater Manchester||All|
|DISBANDED The Greenhouse project||
To help deliver English conversation and speaking , reading and listening classes every wed and/or Thursday evening from 5- 7 pm in the Deane area of Bolton.
|Economic, social and community development||Farnworth||All|
Giving people opportunities to progress through to employment & training, to help maintain & improve their quality of life through meaningful work placements for people with mental health issues
|Health, Social services, Education and research||Bolton||Disabled people, People with mental health problems, Unemployed people|
|Doe Hey Bowling Club||
Commitee Meeting on the first Wednesday of every month.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Farnworth, Great Lever||Older people (over 65 years of age)|
|Eagley Cricket Club||Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Bromley Cross||All|
|Eden Care Project||
We are a non-for-profit organisation. We aim to better the elderly care services and access to these services for BME groups. We believe and know that there exists an inequality in service provision for these groups; whether that be due to this group not understanding what is available, to not understanding who/where to seek help etc. Also we aim to (in the future) deliver care services that are designed and delivered with the cultural and social/health needs of the target population in mind; we aim to deliver responsive, adaptive care services ranging from home care/home help to day care and respite services, advocacy services, residential/nursing care provision etc.
|Health||UK Wide, Bolton||All, Black and minority ethnic people, Disabled people, Older people (over 65 years of age), People with learning disabilities, People with mental health problems|
To support homeless people, provide accommodation and work for them, relief of poverty, hardship, distress.
|Housing||Greater Manchester||Homeless people, Men, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with mental health problems, People with substance misuse/addiction problems, Unemployed people, Women|
The group works with vulnerable women, including those who are fleeing domestic violence, are homeless or who have a history of substance misuse.
|Health, Housing, Social services||Greater Manchester, Bolton, Astley Bridge, Breightmet, Crompton, Halliwell, Smithills, Tonge with the Haulgh||Families / single parents, Homeless people, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with mental health problems, People with substance misuse/addiction problems, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Encompass Hill Walking Group||
We meet every 2 weeks in summer and every 3-4 weeky in winter to do a local or a trip out for walking activity.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||North West, Crompton, Halliwell, Rumworth, Smithills||Black and minority ethnic people, People with learning disabilities, People with mental health problems, Refugees and people seeking asylum, Unemployed people|
|Fairbridge North Manchester||
Long t erm personal and social development programmes that build confidence, motivation and personal social life skills using a combination of 1-2-1 support and challenging activities for young people not in education, training or employment (NEET).
|Social services||Bolton||Black and minority ethnic people, Homeless people, Looked after children, Offenders / ex-offenders, People with learning disabilities, People with mental health problems, People with substance misuse/addiction problems, Unemployed people, Victims / survivors of crime, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Fairtrade In Bolton||
Fairtrade in Bolton is a volunteering group which exists to promote the justice and goodness of fair trade We meet bi-monthly to plan events and activities. Meetings are on various weekdays at 7.45 pm to 9.30 pm. All are welcome to join us. We are supported by Bolton Council.
|Fairy Job Mother||
Jobcoach services: provide information and guidance to individuals seeking employment.
|Employment and training||Bolton||Unemployed people|
|Farnworth & District Parks Veterans Bowling Association||
We are affilliated to the Lancashire County Bowling Association also British Crown Green Bowling Association. We have 15 clubs affilliated to us. From April to September inclusive we play Tuesday and Thursday each week. We also enter six cup matches. We hold a prize presentation at the end September followed by a buffet. There are six league meetings with the AGM in November.
|Arts, culture, sport and recreation||Bolton, Farnworth, Great Lever, Kearsley, Little Lever and Darcy Lever, Westhoughton South||Men, Older people (over 65 years of age), Tenants and residents, Women|
|Farnworth Baptist Church||
Church Service 10.45 Sunday.
|Farnworth parents group||
We are a support group for parents. At the moment we meet every Thursday 5.00 - 7.00 pm
|Supporting Voluntary and community organisations||North West, Farnworth||Black and minority ethnic people, Carers, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents, Men, Tenants and residents, Women, Young people (aged 13-25)|
|Farnworth UCAN User Group||
To contribute to the sustainability of the Farnworth UCAN centre by engaging residents and supporting projects which strengthen community spirit and promotes community cohesion. The FUUG usually meet every 12 weeks on a Thursday at the Farnworth UCAN centre.
|Economic, social and community development||Farnworth||Black and minority ethnic people, Disabled people, Families / single parents, Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender people, Men, Refugees and people seeking asylum, Tenants and residents, Unemployed people, Women|
|Farnworth United Reformed Church||
This is a place of Christian worship with premises also used for community activities.
|Education and research||Farnworth||All|