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Eritrean Community Association in Wakefield

The Eritrean Community Association in Wakefield is a group of people from the Eritrean community that wants to integrate and make a difference in the community area it lives. The group wants to participate in the community activities in the area.

Families and Babies Breastfeeding Support

www.familiesandbabies.org.uk

01977 801359

31 All Saints Walk
The Ridings
Wakefield
WF1 1US

Families and Babies Breastfeeding Support (FAB) provides breastfeeding support and education from the antenatal period and throughout the breastfeeding journey. Support is available at home, in breastfeeding groups and on maternity wards at Pinderfields. FAB also offers a 24 hour breastfeeding helpline.
Who they work with: FamiliesWomen
Type of work: Health

Family Fit Yorkshire CIC

info@familyfitwy.com

07948623270

Family Fit Yorkshire is a community interest company (CIC), which is a business with primary social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners. CICs tackle a wide range of social and environmental issues and operate in all parts of the economy by using business solutions to achieve public good. Family Fit Yorkshire's social aim is to help individuals, groups and families become more active through fun activities to lead happier, healthier, longer lives together. It is passionate about improving community health, well-being and social cohesion through increased physical activity which is at the core of its business.

Featherstone Rovers Foundation

www.featherstoneroversfoundation.org

amy.hardman@featherstonerovers.co.uk

01977 702386

The LD Nutrition Stadium
Post Office Road
Featherstone
WF7 5EN

Featherstone Rovers Foundation is the charitable arm of Featherstone Rovers RLFC, engaging the local community through its projects that run over five pillars of delivery including: Education; Social Inclusion; Physical Activity; Health and Heritage.

Featherstone Town Cricket Club

01977 322867

Featherstone Town Cricket Club is an amateur sports (cricket) club. It has two senior teams and various junior teams.

Featherstone Youth and Community Partnership

07833447363

The aims of Featherstone Youth and Community Partnership are to: Engage with the community to establish their needs. To support the outcomes by looking into funding possibilities for projects, events or signpost to relevant agencies. To carry out engagement activities including mapping exercises and events locally working with the schools and other community groups. To build networks for partnership working and community cohesion. To carry out youth and community activities as established through the engagement work including events, regular activities and community led projects. To support young people with their ideas and personal development.

Ferrybridge Community Centre

Ferrybridgecommunity.centre@yahoo.co.uk

01977 676056

The Square
Ferrybridge
WF11 8PQ

Ferrybridge Community Centre offers lots of different classes and activities for all ages. It has rooms available to hire for functions and parties.
Type of work: Community centre

Five Towns Christian Fellowship

www.5tcf.org

01977 517652

Beancroft Street
Castleford
WF10 5RR

Five Towns Christian Fellowship (5TCF) is a warm and lively church, evangelical and charismatic, with lots of social activity. 5TCF believes church is not where we go but what we are. 5TCF is multi-generational and caters for all ages through various activities and projects.

Flag Fundraising

07891463814

17 Garden Terrace
Crigglestone
Wakefield
WF4 3HJ

Flag Fundraising is a small group of community minded members that organises fundraising events for various charities and encourages and assists others in the undertaking of charitable acts.

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

www.forgetmenotchild.co.uk/

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice supports children with life-shortening conditions – plus their entire families. Forget Me Not Children's Hospice helps hundreds of wonderful children, and their equally wonderful families, through its Hospice at Home service and at its fantastic hospice building at Russell House in Huddersfield.
Type of work: Health

Foundation

www.foundationuk.org

01924 247247

The Loft, Trinity House
Trinity Church Gate, Union Square
Wakefield
WF1 1TX

Foundation delivers a range of services from Wakefield and surrounding areas. Predominately this is based around supported housing and services for homeless people across the district, but also includes pre-employment and skills projects.

Frickley Athletic Community Foundation

Lee@frickleyathletic.co.uk

01977 642460

Frickley Athletic Football Stadium
Westfield Lane
South Elmsall
WF9 2EQ

The provision of community based activities which promote health, well-being and educational development to a range of groups, ranging from youth clubs to residential care and independent living scheme activities, in an attempt to reduce social isolation.
Type of work: Community centre