Support Organisations

In this section you will find whole host of support organisations related to our life support section.    

The Storehouse Project

The Storehouse Project – a project of Cardiff vineyard. The Storehouse Project is part of Cardiff Vineyard Church and we are passionate about seeing our city transformed by the love of Jesus. Through the Storehouse Project we want to demonstrate his love practically and by working with other agencies across Cardiff we provide essential household furniture to those who have less. Our aims are to: Restore Hope Restore Dignity Restore Lives To read more about these, please visit out webpage:…

Rainbow of Hope

What is rainbow of hope? We work with the homeless, disadvantaged and asylum seekers. We provide food and drink on the streets of Cardiff every night at 8pm. Around 40-60 people appear every night. We organise lunchtime fellowship meals in the ARK drop in centre on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu & Fri ( 5 days) between 12:00 to 1: 00 pm. We provide over 250 food parcels every month to those in real need We provide free food parcels to…

Living Room

Living Room Cardiff’s peer support is the process of giving and receiving non-professional, non-clinical assistance to achieve long-term recovery from severe alcohol and/or other drug-related problems or harmful behaviours. The Living Room has a team of addiction specialists, including addictions counselors, recovery coaches and a team of peer mentors who run group support sessions, as well as offering individual support. All our recovery coaches and peer mentors are well trained and qualified and have a minimum of 2 years in…

Cap Centres Cardiff

If you are feeling weighed down by debt, then CAP can help. You may think your situation is impossible, but there is hope. Their friendly team will give you a listening ear in the privacy of your own home and provide a real solution to your debts. Since we started helping people out of debt in 1996, we’ve helped thousands in situations like yours through our professional service offered by 280 CAP Debt Centres. Here are the two centres in…

Cardiff Concern

Cardiff Concern is a charitable counselling service run by Christians. At present, we have 30 volunteer counsellors who have been professionally trained in counselling, who give their time and skills to the service. The qualifications of all our counsellors range from level 3 in counselling skills, to Diploma, Degree and MAs. Our purpose is not to convert or influence people in Christianity, but to help people in their time of need, whatever their religious views, if any, using secular counselling…

Street Pastors

What is a street pastor? Street Pastors is a project that was launched by Ignite in November 2008 which involves working in partnership with the South Wales Police and Cardiff City Council. The Street Pastors project is already proving to be a success throughout the UK and is now a regular part of streets of Cardiff each weekend. Become a street pastor Are you: Over 18 years of age A committed Christian Have been a member of a church for…

TAV Centre

Tavs is a community centre for engaging with people in need.  The centre is run by Glenwood Faith Community and is the hub of a range of projects run by different organisations and churches.  It is situated in the heart of Cardiff on Tavistock Street, just off City Road in Roath.  The projects include: (Please not activities are subject to change so please check to ensure the events are running as recorded below) Sunday Burger Night  Providing hot food, clothing,…

Oasis Centre

Oasis Cardiff is a center for Asylum seekers and Refugees.   They are open 5 days a week, Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4.00pm. They offer ESOL classes, employability workshops, dance classes, a women’s only area, mother and toddler groups and support with letters and phone calls regarding asylum and refugee issues. The kitchen is often the centre of our activities! Oasis Cardiff also provide a safe space to come, relax, meet new people and share stories and experiences. To find out more about Oasis Centre click here   …

Speakeasy

Speakeasy vision "helping people to manage their affairs independently" peoples' homes are protected from repossession people can afford to heat their homes people can afford to eat and to feed their families properly people are relieved from the crippling anxiety of debt and able to achieve their potential, taking an active role in their community people are given a chance to gain experience and enhance their employment opportunities by volunteering with us If they can help you in any of…

Foodbank Cardiff

What is foodbank? Cardiff Foodbank was officially brought into being in April 2009 as a franchise of the Trussell Trust, and is part of the National Foodbank Network. It is a project to help and support those suffering financial hardship and who are facing the reality of being unable to feed themselves or their families. In 2011-2012 3792 people were fed in Cardiff. Nationwide the Network helped over 128,000 people UK wide in 2011-2012 (up from 61,468 in 2010-2011). Nearly…