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 153 PARTNER ORGANISATIONS PROMOTING THEIR SERVICES ON WHAK
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To advance Christian faith through prayer meetings, worship services. Bible study & delivering projects that promote wellbeing of children, youth, adults & older people. To advance the education of the public in learning music, use of musical instruments, and basic computing. To provide conciliation & employability services, through professionally-trained counsellors.
Achieve North West, an acclaimed project that works to improve the employment prospects of people with convictions. The project is carried out over the North West area and runs in 15 prisons in the region.
Achieve North West uses a personalised approach to help each person on the journey towards employment, and is designed to bridge the gap between people’s current position and existing mainstream education, skills and employment services. In doing so, Achieve North West enhances employability services already provided rather than duplicating them.
The Anthony Walker Foundation is a registered charity established by Anthony's family after his racially motivated murder in 2005. The Foundation is a company limited by guarantee. It was incorporated in January 2006 and registered as a charity on 31st January 2007.
We are a leading employment support and training services company with a mission to transform people’s lives and businesses through work and training. We help people move into work by enabling them to gain the skills they need to make them employable, providing them with real work experience or helping them onto an apprenticeship.
Brighter Futures (Merseyside) Ltd are a training provider focused on delivering training and employment opportunities to young people aged between 16 and 18 years of age. We are part of the established and respected Sysco Group of companies and we are funded by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to provide Study Programmes in a range of areas.
Deciding whether to return to your country is never easy. Refugee Action's Choices Service helps thousands of people like you make that decision. We offer free, confidential advice and support if you are considering return. We're a charity and separate from the government.