Organisation Directory

Organization Name Organisation Description Categories of Work Who Do They Work With?
Haydock Male Voice Choir

Aim to promote, improve, devlelop and maintain public education in the appriciation of the art and science of music and, in particular, choral music by the presentation of public concerts. Haydock Male Voice Choir is a registered charity, constitutionally run and organised. All uniforms remains the property of Haydock Male Voice Choir.

Economic, social and community development, Education and research Black and minority ethnic people, Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents, Refugees and people seeking asylum, Service and ex-service people, Tenants and residents, Unemployed people, Young people (aged 13-25)
Haydock Women's Club

To advance education and provide facilities for recreation or other leisure-time activities in the interests of social welfare, with the object of improving the conditions of life for women in the area of benefit, without distinction or political, religious or other opinions.

Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Economic, social and community development, Supporting Voluntary and community organisations Older people (over 65 years of age), Women
Helen Marie Friends

To help all sick and disabled children, 0 to 16 years of age in the local areas.

We have dances, outside events, coffee mornings and fashion shows.

Economic, social and community development, Health, Social services Children (0 -12), Disabled people, Families / single parents
The Hope Centre

a) To advance the Christian faith for the benefit of the public in accordance with the statement of belief appearing in the schedule hereto in St. Helens and in such other parts of the United Kingdom as the Trustees may from time to time think fit and in so doing to fulfil such other purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the laws of England and Wales and are connected with the charitable work of the Trust
(b) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.
For the purpose of this clause ’socially excluded' means being excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of one of more of the following factors: unemployment; financial hardship; youth or old age; ill health (physical or mental); substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs; poor educational or skills attainment; relationship and family breakdown; homelessness or poor housing (that is housing that does not meet basic habitable standards.
(c) To prevent or relieve poverty in St. Helens by providing: education, training and support services to individuals in need

Employment and training, Health, Housing Homeless people, People with mental health problems, Unemployed people
The Hope Centre

a) To advance the Christian faith for the benefit of the public in accordance with the statement of belief appearing in the schedule hereto in St. Helens and in such other parts of the United Kingdom as the Trustees may from time to time think fit and in so doing to fulfil such other purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the laws of England and Wales and are connected with the charitable work of the Trust
(b) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.
For the purpose of this clause ’socially excluded' means being excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of one of more of the following factors: unemployment; financial hardship; youth or old age; ill health (physical or mental); substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs; poor educational or skills attainment; relationship and family breakdown; homelessness or poor housing (that is housing that does not meet basic habitable standards.
(c) To prevent or relieve poverty in St. Helens by providing: education, training and support services to individuals in need

Employment and training, Health, Housing Homeless people, People with mental health problems, Unemployed people
The Hope Centre

a) To advance the Christian faith for the benefit of the public in accordance with the statement of belief appearing in the schedule hereto in St. Helens and in such other parts of the United Kingdom as the Trustees may from time to time think fit and in so doing to fulfil such other purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the laws of England and Wales and are connected with the charitable work of the Trust
(b) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.
For the purpose of this clause ’socially excluded' means being excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of one of more of the following factors: unemployment; financial hardship; youth or old age; ill health (physical or mental); substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs; poor educational or skills attainment; relationship and family breakdown; homelessness or poor housing (that is housing that does not meet basic habitable standards.
(c) To prevent or relieve poverty in St. Helens by providing: education, training and support services to individuals in need

Employment and training, Health, Housing Homeless people, People with mental health problems, Unemployed people
The Hope Centre

a) To advance the Christian faith for the benefit of the public in accordance with the statement of belief appearing in the schedule hereto in St. Helens and in such other parts of the United Kingdom as the Trustees may from time to time think fit and in so doing to fulfil such other purposes which are exclusively charitable according to the laws of England and Wales and are connected with the charitable work of the Trust
(b) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.
For the purpose of this clause ’socially excluded' means being excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of one of more of the following factors: unemployment; financial hardship; youth or old age; ill health (physical or mental); substance abuse or dependency including alcohol and drugs; poor educational or skills attainment; relationship and family breakdown; homelessness or poor housing (that is housing that does not meet basic habitable standards.
(c) To prevent or relieve poverty in St. Helens by providing: education, training and support services to individuals in need

Employment and training, Health, Housing Homeless people, People with mental health problems, Unemployed people
HWCGS Care Ltd
RUFC - Liverpool ST Helens

To promote, encourage and foster the fame of rugby union for the benefits of all members regardless of age gender or disability at all levels of proficiency and to form strong bonds between the club and the local community particularly via schools and the local authority.

Arts, culture, sport and recreation, Health Children (0 -12), Men, Older people (over 65 years of age), Women, Young people (aged 13-25)
Mental Health Carers - St Helens

To improve services for those who support a friend or relative through mental distress in St. Helens. We inform, support and involve all carers.

Health Carers, Families / single parents

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Halton & St Helens VCA 

Halton Office: 01928 592 405
St Maries
Lugsdale Road
Widnes
WA8 6DB

St Helens Office: 01744 457100 
2nd Floor Beacon Building
College Street
St Helens
WA10 1TF

Email: info@haltonsthelensvca.org.uk

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Halton & St Helens VCA is an infrastructure organisation that provides advice, information and development support services to voluntary, community, not-for-profit and faith organisations and volunteers in the Boroughs of St Helens and Halton.