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.

Community Wellbeing

Healing Space
Healing Space
The Healing Space is a not-for-profit, community based resource where health and wellbeing is addressed in a gentle, holistic manner.

Contact name: Maria Barrington
0151 264 8500
Irish Community Care Merseyside
The work of ICCM focuses on supporting members of both the Irish and Irish Traveller communities who are vulnerable through age, poor health, isolation, low income, poor accommodation, homelessness, drug and alcohol misuse, social exclusion, racism and discrimination.

Contact name: Linda Parker
0151 237 3987
Kensington Community Choir
We are a community choir which launched in January 2011. Everyone is welcome and there are no auditions.

Contact name: Peter Hawley
07970309016
Liverpool Quakers
Liverpool Quakers
One of our fundamental beliefs is that ‘there is that of God in everyone’ which implies no discrimination on grounds of gender or sexuality, youth or age, race, ethnicity or nationality, religion, social status, intellect or fame. Our religious experience leads us to place a special value on truth, equality, simplicity and peace. These testimonies, as they are known, are lived rather than written. They lead Quakers to translate their faith into action by working locally and globally for social justice, to support peacemakers and care for the environment.

Contact name: Lisa Hoyle
0151 709 6957
Liverpool Volunteer Doula Project
Liverpool Volunteer Doula project has secured funding from NHS North West to provide a unique service to pregnant women who are isolated, vulnerable and in need of support.

Yew Tree Children’s Centre is leading on this city-wide programme to recruit and provide accredited training to volunteers who will then go on to befriend pregnant women. The volunteers will provide emotional and physical support during pregnancy, the birth and six weeks postnatally.

The project has the support of Liverpool Women’s Hospital, Liverpool City Council, Roy Castle Foundation, NCT and Liverpool Primary Care Trust.

Contact name: Leanne Corkery
0151 296 7961
Relate Cheshire & Merseyside
Contact name: Sara Hall
0151 237 3995
The Reader Organisation
The Reader Organisation is an award-winning charitable social enterprise working to connect people with great literature through shared reading. We’re here to bring books to life, creating welcoming environments in which personal feeling is recognised and valued, forming vital connections between people and literature through which everyone can feel more alive.

Contact name: Abigail Leader
01512077207
Tree House Liverpool
Tree House Liverpool
Contact name: Christina Ashworth
07814686050