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Community Foundation Wakefield District

wakefieldcf.org.uk

PO Box 695
Wakefield
WF1 9NW

The Community Foundation Wakefield District provides grants that make a genuine difference to the lives of local people. It manages charitable funds donated by local individuals, families, businesses and trusts, building up a source of long-term support for the community and acting as the vital link between donors and local needs, enabling people to achieve far more than they could by themselves. It is dedicated to helping communities grow by creating opportunities and tackling issues of disadvantage and exclusion.

Community Links (Northern) Limited

www.commlinks.co.uk/

Community Links is an award winning non-profit provider of mental health and wellbeing services in Yorkshire and the Humber. It offers support for people with a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety and depression, psychosis, alcohol and substance misuse and personality disorder. Community Links Training is its social enterprise which offers award winning mental health awareness and personal development training, including its flagship courses; Mental Health First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training and safeTALK.
Type of work: Health

Community Transport Calderdale

www.ctcalderdale.co.uk

01422 888080

Unit B7 Tenterfields Business Park
Luddendenfoot
Halifax
HX4 9AW

Community Transport Calderdale provides transport for people who cannot access alternatives due to ill health, isolation, disability, poverty or social exclusion.
Type of work: Health

Complex Minds

Complex Minds provides support and advice for all age groups on Hidden Impairments (e.g. ADHD, Aspergers, Dyslexia etc). It provides training, advice and guidance for professionals, employers and for voluntary and community groups.
Type of work: Health

Crafting4Good CIC

crafting4good.org

creativehub@crafting4good.org

07860371975

80 Cathedral Walk
The Ridings Shopping Centre (Upper Mall)
Wakefield
WF1 1DS

Crafting4Good CIC aims to promote wellbeing and positive mental health through creativity. Crafting4Good CIC's new Creative Hub supports community groups and individuals to engage in arts and crafts: Crafting4Good CIC receives donations of unwanted supplies from both individuals and companies, often diverting it from landfill, which it either sells at low-cost to raise funds or distributes for free where possible. Crafting4Good CIC also has an online shop where groups and individuals can download printable activities which can be used time and time again, and the made up items can be sold for fundraising. Working in partnership with other organisations, and depending on resources, Crafting4Good CIC is able to deliver or supply community-based creative sessions, particularly for those in low-income areas.

Cream Catering CIC Limited

www.creamcatering.co.uk

01977 624361

The Cedars Business Centre
Barnsley Road
Hemsworth
WF9 4PU

Cream Catering provides the highest quality catering services at the best value to its customers and through application of expert commercial aptitude. In addition, being a CIC Social Enterprise, it provides employment opportunities for people who have experienced mental ill health or learning disabilities.
Type of work: Health

Crigglestone Day Care Limited

www.crigglestonedaycare.org.uk/

01924 229303

High Street
Crigglestone
Wakefield
WF4 3EB

Crigglestone Day Care Limited is an Industrial and Provident Society (Social Enterprise) providing year-round childcare for children aged 0-5.

Crofton Community Centre

01924 866010

Middle Lane
New Crofton
Wakefield
WF4 1LB

Crofton Community Centre hosts various activities for the local community. It is a meeting place for several user groups. It has indoor and outdoor sports facilities, including an artificial all weather floodlight pitch.
Type of work: Community centre

Crofton Parish Church

Crofton Parish Church serves the village of Crofton.

Crofton Young People Association

07834997767

4 Gloucester Court
Wrenthorpe
Wakefield
WF2 0WA

Crofton Young People Association are volunteers who run Crofton Youth Club on Friday nights.
Who they work with: Children and/or young people

Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group

www.dex.org.uk

7 South Parade
Wakefield
WF1 1LR

Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group aim is for deaf children to have better access to education: • To work towards the implementation of bilingual education in British Sign Language/English for all deaf children. • To continue to research, map, facilitate participation and inform. • To continue to develop strategy to achieve a BSL Act. • To continue to facilitate the DEX Deaf Youth Council to support local deaf young people in understanding themselves as deaf people and with quality of life.

DIAL Wakefield

www.dialwakefield.co.uk

01977 723933

Castleford Civic Centre
Ferrybridge Road
Castleford
WF10 4JH

DIAL Wakefield provides a free comprehensive independent advice and information service to disabled people, their carers, families, friends and other professionals.