Nanny Biscuit was set up in 2018 by CAFgas CIC founder James Hunt. The project began by hosting a small Christmas dinner for people who would otherwise have been alone. It was part of James’ vision to help the isolated and increase social awareness and community spirit.
Other projects quickly followed, such as setting up a shopping service during the Covid 19 pandemic for vulnerable, isolated and shielding neighbours.
Nanny Biscuit and its growing army of volunteers also offered a phone buddy and errand service for vulnerable people in the community during the outbreak.
Winning major National awards for our pandemic response Nanny Biscuit has become an essential organisation in the Deeside area helping the fight against food poverty, loneliness and isolation whilst being completely run by volunteers.
Vulnerable people in our society are disproportionately at risk of experiencing additional life challenges, such as mental illness or substance dependency, and require consistent and seamless support to aid their recovery.
Adferiad Recovery provides a broad range of individualised services for some of the most vulnerable members of our community and their carers, with a particular focus on those suffering from mental health problems, substance misuse issues and co-occurring and complex needs.
The charity is recovery-focused and promotes a positive step-by-step approach to achieving lasting change and better quality of life.
Through our partnership we will provide nutritional meals to people in need.
Hope House Children’s Hospices are there to make sure that no one faces the death of their child alone.
They support more than 750 local families who are either caring for a terminally ill child, or whose child has died.
It costs £7.5 million every year to run their services and 80% of this is spent on care. Approximately two month’s income comes from statutory sources and for the other 10 months of the year we are dependent on public support.
Their ambition is to raise an additional £2.5 million each year to make sure they reach every child, mum, dad, brother and sister who needs their help in this area.
Woody’s Lodge is a meeting place for those who’ve served in the Armed Forces or Emergency Services. At Woody’s Lodge you will find expert advice & support, friendship & camaraderie as well like-minded people who have similar experiences to you. With locations in North, South and West Wales, we provide Armed Forces support across Wales.
Woody’s Lodge are also on hand to help the families and loved ones of those who have served. It can take some time and compromise to re-adjust to normal life after active service has ended. Our meeting space provides a neutral space to get the help veterans and their families back on track.
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