Cape Community

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Our history and the impact we have made

Our vision was born within the hearts of 3 people over 30 years ago.

The organization focuses on anyone disadvantaged by poverty such as older people, people with mental health and/or physical disabilities, the house bound (shut-ins), asylum seekers and to give respite to Carers.  We seek and continue to work with individuals and groups within communities to improve their general wellbeing, quality of life and social inclusion. 

The Centre

A ‘Communities’ local hub for community activities which encourages individuals to come together, share, learn new skills and develop their capacity to address our community’s prominent social and health concerns.  We provide a healthy 2 course meal to attendees and accessible and affordable activities, social events, and day trips to keep them active, build self-confidence, develop friendships and encourage social interaction. 

This reduces social isolation and loneliness, aiding independence and enabling individuals to live in their homes longer, taking the pressure off the NHS. Early ‘Primary care’ supports a more resilient integrated community that tackles our community’s diverse needs. The Centre has a proud record of developing successful projects devised by beneficiaries with productive outcomes e.g. Day Care Centre which is run independently, Visiting and a Befriending Service – currently has a waiting list, Youth Creation Kids Club – established for over 5 years and our current Re-Stimulating-You project – waiting list and increased membership. We meet our community’s needs, lead positive change and improve beneficiaries’ lives.

Our Volunteers and Community members make the difference

The organisation is governed by a dedicated group of Trustees and other volunteers, age range 18-64. Proud to host several students on Health and Social Care placements each year gaining valuable experience. Reviews and Evaluations are completed quarterly by Beneficiaries, Volunteers, Local businesses, and community members ensuring we are ‘current’ and ‘fit for purpose’ addressing the needs of our Beneficiaries within our Community. Awards and Centre Highlights :

Awards and Centre Highlights :

King’s Award for Voluntary Service 2023                                                                   Jamaica 🇯🇲 National Local HERO’s Award 2019                                                            Chair awarded British Citizen’s award for volunteer work.
Chair awarded Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Platinum Champion award.
Community Inspiration & Excellence Awards for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019
Chairman receives ‘Queens Honour Award’ BEM .

Our Impact

We are currently supporting 74 Vulnerable members within our Community.
We support local College and Education boards retraining of young people in Health and Social Care = 11 Students
We host a seasonal Youth Club caring for 27-35 young people aged 6 to 16 years of age.
We host an annual Open Day attracting over 200 people from various cultures and backgrounds with educational and employment stands.
We Serve over 80 Hot meals each week to the Vulnerable = over 320 each Month
Meals on Wheels service to approx. 12 – 17 elderly ‘Hospital discharged’ and infirm people at home.
We refer/signpost on average 10-15 people to professional services each Month.
We encourage over 40 vulnerable participants to engage each month in physical activity at our scheduled classes.
We encourage over 60 vulnerable participants to engage in mental stimulation each month.
We have distributed over 120 Word search and Activity books to the vulnerable/elderly in the last 12 months.

Vulnerable Members Supported
Health & Social Care Students Trained
People Attend Our Open Day
Hot Meals Served Weekly
Monthly Sessions of Exercise
Word & Activity Books Distributed

What our people say about us:

“I thoroughly enjoy the Centre, seeing my friends and love the meals.

“Love the Trips” – “Black Country Museum and Trentham Gardens my favourite. 

“I realised that I was diabetic through the health session and was able to get a referral.

“I have not been to the seaside in over 30 years!! Thank you!