The South Shropshire Youth Forum (SSYF) is a not for profit registered charity set up in 1998 to help the young people in South Shropshire.
They offer a variety of projects, activities and themes that are delivered to help address and support the needs of young people within South Shropshire.
They have supported hundreds of young people and help them sort out problems with debts, family conflict, and health issues. They will always try to help but if they can’t they promise to find you someone who can.
Beanstalk in Shropshire was set up in 1999. It is part of a national charity that helps children who struggle with their literacy to develop a love of reading and learning. Volunteers are currently sought in the South of Shropshire.
ECHO is a new not for profit organisation being set up with its head office in the United Kingdom. E-C.H.O and those who work with us are committed to identifying projects in poor communities around the world. As a humanitarian Organisation we will be looking at proposals to help individuals or small groups of people with a disability who live in conditions that are humanly and physically unsupportable. We will be looking at what we can deliver to help bring about change, either by finding funds to help directly or by sourcing equipment that will help alleviate the individual or groups needs.