Mike Gregory Way
The Wolves Foundation began life as a community team for the Warrington Wolves RLFC prior to becoming a registered charity in August 2005.
The Foundation aims to harness the power of sport to create and inspire communities and has three key areas of work:
Health & Social Welfare: We look to enhance the quality of life by promoting healthy lifestyles to all ages, backgrounds and abilities within the community. We tackle key health issues for all, create wider activities for people with disabilities and hold inclusive activities for disadvantaged and harder to reach communities. Activities include: working with the homeless and young offenders by providing leadership courses in sports and dance. Running after school, holiday and curriculum time activities.
Young People: We inspire our community by providing our young people with pathways to participate in positive activity. We work with partners to provide diversionary activities, create sporting and physical activities and engage with young people to strengthen their communities. Activities include: leadership courses, holiday activities, work experience opportunities.
Education: We look to create an environment to support learning and to contribute to the improvement of attainment, confidence and employability. We host Sports Leadership Programmes, volunteering opportunities, work placements and are home to a modern and welcoming learning environment. Activities include: opportunities to learn about the media industry, leadership courses and informative assemblies.
Each year the Foundation makes contact with over 20,000 people.
1-3 St Colme Street
Social Bite is a national Social Enterprise in Scotland. Through a chain of cafes and restaurants we employ over 100 people many of whom have struggled with homelessness. We are the largest distributor of fresh free food to the homeless in the UK giving out over 100,000 items of food and hot drinks per year.
Social Bite prepares hand made food every day, using fresh, healthy and local produce. No sell by dates. No preservatives. Just the best local ingredients, served up daily.
Social Bite exists not for greed, not for profit, but for those experiencing homelessness. This is not a token gesture. This is not a PR spin. This is just a different kind of business. A business to help others. This is a Social Business.
Join the movement. Find your nearest cafe here & visit our website to read more about how we are ending homelessness in Scotland.
We provide a number of services throughout Cambridgeshire:
– Children, young people and adult training and personal development opportunities to improve their confidence and self esteem. We use dogs as our teachers to provide motivation, enthusiasm and the fun!
– Educational fun days, providing dog safety workshops and dog phobia cures.
– K9 Cafe a weekly doggie meet up for anyone who would like to me us and other like minded people. It’s a great way to hear what we do and how we can help you and your dog or just to have a cuppa and chat.
Harnessing the beauty of working alongside dogs for personal change and development