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Members

Wallsend Sea Cadets
VONNE Member

We are a Sea Cadet Unit in Wallsend. It is a youth organisations for 10-18 years olds based on the themes of the Royal Navy.

CJS Approved: No
Wardley Community Project
VONNE Member
CJS Approved: No
Washington mind
VONNE Member

Washington Mind was established in 1981, a local charity providing mental health and wellbeing support services across Sunderland, Washington and the Coalfields. Our information services and training opportunities are also delivered out of these areas.

CJS Approved: No
WATBUS (Community Transport)
VONNE Member
CJS Approved: No
Wayout in Gateshead (WinG)
VONNE Member

We are an urban based non residential outdoor education provider. Our activities are about encouraging people to discover and value different ways of learning, to grow in self confidence, to develop communication skills, the ability to cooperate with other people and develop their potential. At WinG we understand the importance of outdoor education and are passionate about supporting young people and disadvantaged individuals who have the least opportunity to experience the outdoors and utilise it to grow and develop. Making learning an adventure.

CJS Approved: No
Ways to Wellness
VONNE Member

Ways to Wellness is a service for people in the west of Newcastle whose daily lives are affected by certain long-term health conditions. GPs and their primary care teams use social prescribing to refer patients to the service. Ways to Wellness adds to and complements the medical support that people receive, to help them feel more confident to manage their long-term conditions and make positive lifestyle choices.

The aim of the service is to improve patients’ quality of life and reduce their use of mainstream health services by enabling them to lead healthier lives and better manage their conditions. To achieve this, Ways to Wellness provides patients with a Link Worker to help them to identify and work to overcome their current barriers to managing their long-term conditions.

CJS Approved: No
Ways to Wellness
VONNE Member

Ways to Wellness is a service for people in the west of Newcastle whose daily lives are affected by certain long-term health conditions. GPs and their primary care teams use social prescribing to refer patients to the service. Ways to Wellness adds to and complements the medical support that people receive, to help them feel more confident to manage their long-term conditions and make positive lifestyle choices.

The aim of the service is to improve patients’ quality of life and reduce their use of mainstream health services by enabling them to lead healthier lives and better manage their conditions. To achieve this, Ways to Wellness provides patients with a Link Worker to help them to identify and work to overcome their current barriers to managing their long-term conditions.

CJS Approved: No
We Enable Children with Additional Needs
VONNE Member
CJS Approved: No
We Make Culture CIC
VONNE Member

We use arts and culture to promote mental health, wellbeing, combat loneliness and isolation and promote community cohesion. The organisation was founded to address a need for free-to-access/ low cost community provision in Sunderland, which promotes a sense of community cohesion, purpose and wellbeing in areas of deprivation and low engagement with cultural opportunities.

CJS Approved: No
Wear Rivers Trust
VONNE Member

The mission of the Wear Rivers Trust is to conserve, protect, rehabilitate and improve the landscape and watercourses of the whole River Wear catchment, from the watershed to the estuarine and adjacent coastal areas, through involving individuals, local communities, government agencies and public bodies with proactive improvement works and monitoring, and by increasing awareness and understanding of the environmental factors that influence the river and its associated wildlife, whilst helping to promote the river as a recreational feature for the enjoyment of all.

CJS Approved: No

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