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Essential Maintenance

Due to essential maintenance, our estore payment system will be unavailable at different times between 8am and 4pm on Sunday 14 April. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you would like to help support people in your community, here are a few of the ways in which you can

Volunteering

Dudley CVS Volunteer Centre

Dudley CVS Volunteer Centre is based in Albion Street, Brierley Hill. they provide advice, support and information for both new and existing volunteers.

The service matches potential volunteers to organisations who are looking to recruit. There is a wide range of interest areas and volunteering opportunities to suit everyone. They also support groups who involve volunteers, giving them the tools they need to manage volunteers effectively and ensure they enjoy a great volunteering experience. This includes sample policies, volunteering toolkit, training, information and ongoing support.

Citizens Advice Dudley and Wolverhampton

Cost of living support hub volunteers are urgently needed.

No experience required.

Dudley Empowerment Partnership and Citizens Advice Dudley & Wolverhampton have an exciting opportunity for people to join an army of volunteers. Find out more on our Support hub volunteers page.

Donate

Black Country Foodbank

Black Country Foodbank helps vulnerable individuals and families in crisis through the provision of emergency food and toiletry supplies while a longer-term solution is developed. 

Provision House

Provision House (formerly known as Loaves n Fishes) is a Christian charity based in the West Midlands. They are committed to the relief of poverty and all its effects on the people of Dudley, Sandwell and the wider Black Country.

Brierley Hill Baby Bank

Brierley Hill Baby Bank provide essential items and support to families with young children. They also work with charities and other organisations who prevent and relieve poverty amongst families.

A Bundle of Hope Baby Bank

A Bundle of Hope Baby Bank is part of The Hope Project. They are a registered charity based at New Hope Baptist Church in Coseley. They are volunteer led and rely on donations from the local community to help supply essential items for new born and toddlers up to 2 years of age, and for families in need of extra support.

Hope House - Springs Church Gornal

Hope House is a three storey building in the heart of Gornal. As well as running a community cafe they offer a number of services. These include specialised cooking courses, a telephone befriending service and a uniform recycling service.

Coats for Kids - Stourbridge and Dudley

Coats for Kids have one simple aim - to help keep children warm.

I am providing a service

If you are providing a service for your community and would like to let us know, please email us:

You can share your service on the Dudley Community Information Directory. Simply visit the page and register for an account:

You can also share the news with the Dudley CVS Volunteer Service:

For organisations delivering warm spaces

Could you run an all year-round warm space?

Places of Welcome are hosted in accessible venues where communities can meet. These could be community centres, places of worship, libraries and village halls. They run weekly throughout the year and provide connection, belonging, free refreshments and a welcoming environment for all.