We have a network of dedicated partners, each bringing their special expertise and contribution.
G2G COMMUNITIES CIC
G2G (Good 2 Great) turning good communities into great communities
G2G Communities CIC is a Community Interest Company (CIC) based in Rhyl who provide a range of support, courses, programmes, workshops and training across North Wales, delivering equipment, resources and staff at times and locations to suit. They help people get back into employment, create and support businesses, provide a range of bespoke courses, programmes and qualifications through their extensive partnerships.
G2G Communities CIC is the UK’s first community focused LEGO Education Innovation Studio, who are partnered with the Space Industry to inspire people to pursue careers in science and technology. In 2017 they launched a Sustainable 3D Printing Centre to provide 3D Printing and recycling education.
TAPE COMMUNITY MUSIC & FILM
MAXIMISING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE THROUGH CREATIVE ARTS AND MEDIA
TAPE Community Music and Film seek to maximise opportunities for people through the delivery of creative arts and media projects. Based in North Wales, the award winning charity delivers high-quality projects and person-led opportunities. These range from 1-hour taster sessions through to commercial contracts and service-level agreements. All TAPE projects are safe, inclusive and creative.
TAPE is an award-winning community arts charity which has supported many hundreds of people to explore and develop their creative ideas. TAPE is an inclusive, supportive organisation which works with all age groups through a person-centred approach in both the planning and delivery of all projects and activities.
WE ARE CONTACT, THE CHARITY FOR FAMILIES WITH DISABLED CHILDREN
We support families with the best possible guidance and information. We bring families together to support each other. And we help families to campaign, volunteer and fundraise to improve life for themselves and others.
Founded in the 1970s by families of disabled children, who recognised that even if their child’s conditions were different, they shared a common experience – of being a family with a disabled child. They understood how important it is to support each other.