Barclays gives local people the skills, knowledge and confidence they need for work with tools, tips and learning resources from their LifeSkills team. Our local contact is Damian Sims, who you can contact via email at email@example.com or by phone: 0777 5548267.
This national charity aims to support, promote and develop the principles and provision of supported employment. This is achieved through advice, information, training, regional networks and events.
Bournemouth Council for Voluntary Service (BCVS) is a charity which supports over 1,500 voluntary and community groups. Bournemouth CVS promotes and encourages volunteeringthrough the development of voluntary groups and a range of services and facilities.
Business in the Community works locally, nationally and internationally to help businesses work together and tackle a range of issues. This is achieved through a range of services, see the link for details.
Centre for Mental Health supports people with mental health problems through better services and fairer policies developed through research.
Dorset Community Action supports community groups, charities and social enterprises in Dorset. They help people develop their skills and knowledge. Dorset Community Action has a wide-ranging area of expertise and offers a variety of services including mentoring and consultancy.
The Business Disability Forum supports the fair treatment of disabled people. The organization’s aim is to develop disability-smart organisations and improve business performance. A range of services are available including an advice service, consultancy and a mediationservice.
Poole Council for Voluntary Services (PCVS) aims to help charities, voluntary and community groups in Poole through a range of information and support.
Volunteer Centre Dorset is part of a national network of volunteers that provides informationabout volunteer recruitment and management. It also helps people to find volunteering opportunities.
Guide to UK Benefits
There is also a really handy UK Benefits Guide, updated for 2017, which you can see here. It lists the most significant benefits you could be entitled to. If you meet the detailed criteria, you should certainly state your claim and receive the support you deserve. If you are unsure of any details or have a question, your local Citizens Advice would be able to help you.