15 Square gives foreskin health information and advice to intact men and provides information for men with circumcision issues. We teach about conservative techniques to help avoid unnecessary circumcision and help assist men who have been harmed. 15 Square promotes research, accurate health information, and informed consent. We advise on medical issues such as phimosis (and other problems affecting the foreskin), and techniques for foreskin restoration and help with psychological issues arising from circumcision.
Stanley’s Own has 2 Beaver Colonies, 2 Cub Packs, 2 Scout Troops and Explorer Scouts, also Brownies, Guides and Rainbows use the Headquarters therefore that over 200 youths, and their Leaders, meet weekly at the Headquarters during term time. Stanley’s Own also has a Scout and Guide Band that formed in 1935. The Band performs at parades, carnivals and various occasions in our district. The funds raised over the carnival weekend is “to keep the lights on”. It helps with maintenance as well as utility bills allowing Stanley’s Own to keep the scout membership fees down.
We are a Christian organization engaging communities in nature conservation. A Rocha responds to the global crisis of biodiversity loss by carrying out community-based conservation projects. Through residential field study centres, site-based projects and wider advocacy, A Rocha: Carries out ecological monitoring and research in areas of high value for wildlife; Spearheads practical measures for conserving and restoring habitats and their fauna and flora; Encourages appreciation of nature and participation in its conservation, through environmental education and community outreach; Provides a forum for understanding the relevance of the Christian faith to environmental issues. Our first initiative was a field study centre in Portugal, and so our name is Portuguese and means ‘The Rock’.
The Abbeyfield Society is one of the largest voluntary sector UK-wide providers of housing with care for older people, committed to alleviating isolation. Since 1956, Abbeyfield has grown to include over 800 houses providing accommodation and services, and involves the work of professional staff and more than 10,000 volunteers.
AbilityNet provides a free helpline offering practical advice and information about how disabled people can use computers and other forms of assistive technology.