Greenbank Sports Academy - is the North West’s leading sports and leisure facility for disabled people located in the Sefton Park area of Liverpool. As well as offering opportunities for disabled people, it also offers an inclusive environment whereby all ranges of abilities and disabilities can take advantage of the wide variety of facilities that are available for public use.
Leeds and Liverpool Canal Society - Leeds and Liverpool is the longest canal in Britain, dating from 1770, linking the west coast to Leeds and so to the east coast by navigable river. It links the seaport of Liverpool with the Aire and Calder Navigation at Leeds, forming a through route between the Irish Sea and the North Sea.
Volunteer Centre Liverpool - is located in city-centre premises, offering a one-stop resource for information, advice and guidance on all aspects of volunteering both for volunteers and recruiting organisations. The centre aims to link the skills, experience, time and enthusiasm of local people looking to volunteer to groups and organisations seeking to develop their services. Why volunteer? People get a lot from volunteering, and they do it for various reasons: to meet people, to develop new skills, as a way of helping them get paid employment, to try out something they may be considering as a career, for experience required as part of a training course, to take up a new interest, to get involved in helping their community, to share what they know with others, to obtain accredited training or certificates of achievement, because they like the challenge or responsibility many volunteering opportunities can offer, or simply to occupy themselves positively
|The Wavertree Society - aims to improve local amenities, protect the environment and conserve the architectural heritage of the Wavertree district of Liverpool.
Young Persons Advice Service - has been working with children and young people in Liverpool since 1966. We have produced an annual report that brings together our current activities and successes with our plans for the future. YPAS believes that all young people deserve. the chance to fulfil their own potential. We are committed to supporting young people aged 10 to 25 years in a safe environment with a primary focus on respect and acceptance.