PARTNERS

A full list of Partner Organisation that are promoting their events and services on WHAK can be found by clicking the VIEW LISTINGS button below.

WE CURRENTLY HAVE 149 PARTNER ORGANISATIONS PROMOTING THEIR SERVICES ON WHAK

Once into the listings you will find the contact details for each organisation along with a link to their own website. To send a message to the organisation, simply click on their name, logo or the VIEW button underneath their listing.

You can also search for an organisation using a keyword OR click on a category to show all organisations offering this type of event or service.

Children & Youth

ADHD Foundation
ADHD Foundation
The ADHD Foundation, in partnership with individuals, families, doctors, teachers and other agencies, works to:


Build a positive foundation for life.
Improve life chances through better understanding and management of ADHD.
Raise awareness & understanding of ADHD - change the negative perception of ADHD into positive.
Bring about positive change and inclusion within policy and practice.
Support schools, GP's, youth justice services and other professionals who work with people living with ADHD.
The ADHD Foundation supports achievement, educational attainment, mental health and employability.
The Foundation works in a unique way. We work in partnership with those living with ADHD, enabling them understand and manage ADHD.

Contact name: Sandra Scott
0151 237 2661
Emmanuel Westly Foundation
The aim of this foundation is to support children who have been abandoned by their parents and to support teenage mums who need help and teach them machine techniques and dressmaking. The object is to create a sustainable factory that makes fascinates and dresses for sales in Europe, Asia and USA.

Contact name: Paul Larkin
0151 648 0048
Liverpool World Centre (LWC)
The organisation Liverpool World Centre (LWC) exists to make world issues relevant to the lives of young people. LWC uses topics such as Fairtrade, climate change, and citizenship to explore the relationships of young people with each other and those in the wider world.

Contact name: Pablo Guidi
0151 708 6515
Merseyside Youth Association Talent Match Programme
Merseyside Youth Association (MYA) provides innovative, practical and positive support services to children and young people. Established in 1890 MYA draws on an enormous depth of experience and knowledge whilst remaining dynamic and fresh in its approach.

Contact name: Tom Radcliffe
07809698371
The Black-E
The Black-E
The Black-E (formerly The Blackie) - a combination of a contemporary arts centre with a community centre - was launched in 1968 as the U.K.'s first community arts project.

Contact name: Paul Cassidy
01517095109
The Inclusion Network (TIN)
Contact name: John Croft
07894 087139
The Morgan Foundation
The Morgan Foundation
The Morgan Foundation was created in 2001 by businessman Steve Morgan OBE, founder and Chairman of Redrow plc, Chairman of the Bridgemere Group of Companies and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.
Our aim is to provide funding for small to medium sized organisations who are addressing specific needs in these regions. We are particularly keen to support those who have already begun to make an impact, but need a helping hand to expand their work and increase their effectiveness.
We focus our help mainly on those who work directly with children and families but we recognise that many wider issues may also affect their welfare, so we are interested in any project which contributes to the quality of life of the people in our region.
Contact name: Jane Harris
01829 782 800