The ACC is committed to breaking down barriers, promoting participation and community cohesion as well as facilitating a better understanding of African culture within our local community

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ASH Wales (Action on Smoking and Health) is the leading voluntary organisation in Wales tackling tobacco use.

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‘To assist in the process of moral, cultural, mental and physical development of young people, so as to ensure a smooth transition to adult life and its responsibilities

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We are a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are

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Dr M’z is a user-led, youth drop-in centre managed by Carmarthen Youth Project for young people aged 11-25. We provide a comfortable, safe, stimulating and informative place for young people to meet

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Adoption touches the lives of one in four people in the UK. If your life is affected by adoption you may be searching for answers to particular questions.

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Alcohol Concern is the leading national charity working on alcohol issues

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Arts Factory aims to create life-changing opportunities for people who feel marginalised and excluded, treat all people as assets, and become a financially robust community anchor organisation.

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At The British Deaf Association we believe that every Deaf child has the right to bi-lingual education.

Alongside the medical and technological improvements of recent decades, it is important for every Deaf child to learn about the positive aspects of being Deaf.

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The Girls Friendly Society (GFS) is a movement for young women that aims to widen horizons and celebrate individuality and talents, with love and understanding

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KPC Youth aims to work with young people, offering diversionary activities and enabling them to access the information, training and advice they want to address their needs.

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The Wales Federation of YFC is a rural bilingual youth organisation, operating throughout the Country for young people aged between 10 and 26 years of age.

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West Rhyl Young People’s Project (WRYPP) provides an accessible centre for 14 to 25 year olds; offering information, support and a range of informal learning opportunities intended to increase skills, awareness and individual capacity to undergo positive transition into adulthood.

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