Previous Charities


Promise Dreams is a national registered children’s charity that was launched in 2001 to make dreams come true for seriously & terminally ill children, and their families, across the UK.

Promise Dreams, Ground Floor, Edwin House, Boundary Industrial Estate, Stafford Road, Wolverhampton. WV10 7EL

Tel: 01902 212 451


Registered Charity No. 1086020



The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.

Registered Charity No. 1065427.

The Haven Refuge - Domestic Violence Support

The Haven Wolverhampton Registered Charity: 1065427– Company Ltd by Guarantee (Registered in England) 3159029 Registered Office: The Haven Wolverhampton, PO Box 105, Wolverhampton, WV1 4LP 




Wolverhampton Homeless Outreach provides day to day essentials for rough sleepers in the city. It is made up of volunteers who give their time to our friends on the street.

We have a designated meeting place where volunteers meet for outreach and begin the route which takes around 2/3 hours.

Food and drink supplies consist of hot drinks, water, hot food such as pasta pots and noodles, sandwiches, cakes, chocolate, fruit, cereal bars and much more. These food donations come from Greggs, Waitrose and the generous public.

We also hand out items such as toiletries, warm clothing, sleeping bags, foil blankets, tents, shoes, hats, scarves, gloves and any other requests.

An important part of outreach is building trusting relationships with individuals to ensure they are aware of the support they can receive from local services.

Our teams go out 7 nights a week, 52 weeks of the year.



Compton Hospice is a Wolverhampton based charity which has been supporting patients facing a life-limiting illness, and their families, for 35 years.

Our purpose is to make a difference to people’s lives when their illness is no longer curable. We do this by treating people, not conditions, whether their needs are physical, psychological, social or spiritual.

A fully qualified team of doctors, nurses and support workers are on hand to provide the best possible care for patients and their families during a very difficult period.

Our services are available free-of-charge to people in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall, South Staffordshire and East Shropshire.

Compton Hospice Ltd, 4 Compton Road West, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DH.

Compton Hospice is a registered charity 512387

Compton Hospice Ltd. Registered in England No: 1607631

If you have any further questions about Compton Hospice and general,

please call 0845 225 5497 or contact us.

We will do our utmost to help with your enquiry.



Pathway Project works to support adults, young people and children, who are experiencing or affected by domestic abuse.

Pathway aim to provide a range of high quality services, meeting the needs of abused adults and children, in a caring environment.

Pathway Project is a real grass roots service, which began in the late 80s when a woman tried to get help when her life was falling apart due to domestic abuse.

She was desperate, her children were living in constant fear and she felt that there was nothing left to live for.
She reached out for help and found that there was little available, and that no-one really understood or knew much about domestic abuse
and apparently, she was a very isolated case. She finally managed to leave and found safety for herself and her three children with friends.

The thought of others suffering in silence in that same living hell made her press on with the dream of opening a women’s refuge.

Registered charity no - 1005976

Company no – 2635912

24-hour helpline – 01543 676800

Helpline email -



The Baby Blues Appeal is a non-profit making charity organisation, committed to raising much needed funds for local neonatal units in the Wolverhampton and Walsall areas of the West Midlands.

Established in 1992, we opened our charity shop in Wolverhampton's Mander Centre in 1995, before moving to our current location in Victoria Street (WV1) in 2000.




HALOW (Birmingham) started life in the mid 1980’s in a cramped ‘two-up, two-down’ terraced house in Winson Green, Birmingham where Marie Curtis
had a dedicated group of volunteers, helped other prisoners’ wives and family members through the stresses and strains of serving ‘the second sentence’.
Over five years the self-help community group developed to become a registered charity in October 1990.
At the 1990 Annual General Meeting it was reported that 4,000 requests for help had been dealt with during the year
a considerable achievement for one full-time member of staff and a dedicated team of volunteers offering a 24 hour helpline.
HALOW (Birmingham) has grown to become a major provider of Visitors’ Centre services, and has,
in partnership with six prisons in the West Midlands area over the past 30 years.

Tel: 0121 707 1008


Registered as a Company Limited by Guarantee No. 8248116 & new registered Charity No. 1150445 (from 01.04.13); formerly Charity N. 1002675