Home-Start is a voluntary organisation that promotes the welfare of families with young children.
Homeless Oxfordshire supports and guides people along a one-way journey out of homelessness, towards fulfilling futures.
Ikkaido creates mass participation in Martial Arts for people who are disabled, disadvantaged or living with poverty. They take martial arts into education settings, from 5 years old into adulthood.
Maggie’s Oxford provides free cancer support and information in its purpose-built centre in the grounds of the Churchill Hospital. Their Support Specialists, Psychologists and Benefits Advisors are there for anyone with cancer and their families and friends.
Nomad Youth and Community Project works with children and families who are facing challenging situations in their lives. In particular, they strive to help people make better choices about their education, health, training, employment, finances, independence, recreation and relationships.
Oxford City Farm has a vision of empowered communities learning and working together to live healthy, enriched, and sustainable lives.
Oxford Hub has the aim of bringing people and organisations together to build a better Oxford. They launched Oxford Together on 12 March 2020 to provide a community based response to COVID-19. The existing Oxford Hub infrastructure has been fully reoriented to meet this challenge.
Oxford United in the Community uses the power of football to inspire the people and communities of Oxfordshire to have positive aspirations for their futures and the health, wellbeing, self-confidence, opportunities and resources to achieve them.
The new Oxfordshire Discovery College gives young people the tools to be happier, healthier, and to understand themselves better.
OSARCC is a collective of women committed to supporting survivors of sexual abuse, rape, domestic abuse and harassment.
Rose Hill Junior Youth Club has been part of their local community for 10 years and has strong and trusted relationships with children and young people, their families and local organisations.
SOFEA’s mission is to enable the transformation of people’s lives, and their communities, with a major focus on young people. They enable people to fulfil their potential through work, wellbeing, study and purpose projects, providing the means of reducing the immediate effects of disadvantage by relieving food insecurity in the wider community.
Soundabout reaches children, young people and adults with severe or profound learning disabilities throughout Oxfordshire and enables them to enjoy making music.
Sustainable Wantage is a Community Action Group focused on activities that protect and enhance the natural environment and strengthen the local community. It is run by volunteers interested in actions that have a positive impact and increase resourcefulness and resilience.
The Gatehouse is a community drop-in centre offering free support services for adults who are homeless, vulnerably housed, on low income and looking for company and community. They offer a free cafe six times a week, therapeutic workshops and a one-to-one casework team.