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The Society of St James (SSJ) is Southampton’s largest homelessness charity, supporting over 1000 people at any one time. It was established in 1972 to provide accommodation and support to homeless people in the city, and now offers a range of services for vulnerable adults. The people that we support often have a diversity of complex issues, including homelessness, addictions, and mental health problems and therefore we have developed services to include supported housing for homeless people, drug services throughout Hampshire, Jamie’s Computers (our training and employment project), and a residential care home for older homeless people. At SSJ, we believe that everyone has a right to a home, and that people should be given the opportunity to develop the skills they need to lead a fulfilling life.



Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) is an anti-racist educational charity. We aim to combat racism through enabling role models, who are predominately but not exclusively footballers, to present an anti-racist message to young people and others. Volunteers within SRTRC carry out a variety of roles. At the present time this includes: * Volunteers who assist our Education Workers in schools and other settings directly with young people * Volunteers who help at events, run stalls and take part in specific activities * Volunteers who work in the office



The aim of Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton (RMNS) is to help refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to improve their lives through receiving advice on immigration issues, welfare benefits, housing, health, education and other topics of concern. We help them to get access to local services and take advantage of opportunities to integrate into the community. In partnership with the Local Authority we enable them to make their views known and take part in making decisions. We give emergency food support to a small number of refugees who are in need.



HELP (Service Organisation) was started in 1993 to promote holistic development (health, education, social and economic development) of needy, disabled, destitute and disadvantaged women, children and elderly people.

Also to provide relief and rehabilitation facilities at the time of natural calamities.

Volunteers required to work as “FUND RAISING DIRECTORS” in their own countries to the following projects:

1. Construction of vocational training centre for needy women and teenage girls to provide skill development training in different trades to get suitable jobs or to start income generating units for their self supporting.

2. Construction of old age home for orphaned and needy elderly women.

3. Construction of home for orphaned, needy and disabled children.

4. Selfhelp projects.

5. Community development projects.

6. Construction of hostel for needy girls.

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