Charity and community yoga centre. We offer yoga therapy for children and young people with special needs on a donation basis. The only centre of its kind in the UK. It’s special yoga, for special people – and everyone is special. AFC Charity No. AFC978
Our purpose is to be a powerful community, united by Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus, and moving together towards fulfilled futures. We provide essential information, support and advice to everyone living with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus. We believe in, and seek to realise, a socially inclusive and equal society for all people living with Spina Bifida and/or Hydrocephalus. We enable our members to get the very best from health, education, and social services. We lobby the Government to significantly improve services and all necessary access for people living with disabilities.
The St Mary’s Foundation provides funding for educating girls through two programmes.
The scholarship programme funds education for talented young girls from township communities to attend senior school at St Mary’s School, Waverley, Johannesburg. St Mary’s School, Waverley was established in 1888 and is the oldest school in Johannesburg and one of the top girls’ schools in South Africa.
Girls are given the opportunity to embrace a quality holistic senior school education that will enable them to access studying at university. The young girls become beacons of hope and break the cycle of poverty in their community. Tuition, boarding, uniforms, stationery and ad hoc expenses are covered in order to provide a holistic education.
A community Saturday school programme, “Ikusasa Lethu” – meaning our future, provides supplementary tuition for pupils from surrounding township communities in Johannesburg. Pupils are taught every Saturday with the main objective being to improve the pupils’ final metric results to access university.
St Nicolas is the Village Church of Pevensey with the daughter church of St Wilfrid Pevensey Bay within the Diocese of Chichester. It is part of the world wide Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.
St. Andrew’s Hospice provides specialist palliative care to people living with life-limiting illnesses. Central to our ethos and mission is to provide support not only for our patients, but also for their loved ones and carers too.
St Andrew’s Hospice is an registered charity and our services are provided free of charge to the adult population of Lanarkshire, without distinction of race, gender or creed.
St. Joseph’s Home for Chronically Ill Children has been a pioneer in the field of paediatric intermediate health care in South Africa. We provide free transitional care for chronically ill children from disadvantaged families, from hospital to home through a holistic health and wellness programme. Patients are referred from State Hospitals to continue with post-acute, restorative, palliative and rehabilitative care.
St Luke’s Hospice provides palliative careto people who are approaching the end of their lives.