Tassibee is proud to have working partnerships and associations with the following organisations:
Age UK Rotherham is an independent charity whose charitable objectives are to make the lives of older people in Rotherham as fulfilling and rewarding as possible.
Apna Haq provides confidential, one to one support for Asian women and their children who are experiencing violence in the home.
They are involved in inter-agency case working allowing them to help Asian women via social services, the police and other agencies as well as being sought out by these agencies to help Asian women in distress.
Their objective is to ensure that your voice – whatever the size of your business – is heard when local authorities and government agencies are formulating policy or consulting the business community.
Herringthorpe School provides education to children between 6 to 9 years old within the Herringthorpe catchment area.
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust is an innovative, high performing organisation which continues to develop and grow at pace. One of the most forward-thinking trusts in the UK, we are at the leading edge of health service reform and achieving outstanding results.
Rotherham Childrens Centre offer a friendly place for you and your child to meet new friends and come along to activities. They can also offer extra help, like support with pregnancy and parenting young children, and helping you look for work or training.
Rotherham College provide education and training for individuals and businesses throughout South Yorkshire.
Rotherham victims and survivors of sexual exploitation can contact a confidential helpline and email, 24/7. The service is free from a landline and provided by NSPCC. Also supporting the Standing Together Website
Rothacs provide free specialist counselling for women, men and young people who have experiences rape, sexual or domestic abuse at anytime in their lives, including Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
Now called Rotherham Rise, Rotherham Women’s Refuge (RWR) was established in 1976 as a local charity. They provide a range of support services for adults and children who have been affected by domestic violence and abuse.
Sheffield College provide education and training for individuals and businesses throughout South Yorkshire.
Dr Kate Pahl is the lead Co-Investigator for a consortium research project with Sheffield University leading on the Cultural Making of Civic Engagement. The focus is on imagining better communities through the arts and humanities.
The ‘Imagine’ and ’Silk & Steel’ programme are a five-year project running from 2013 to 2017 which brings together a range of different research projects working together across universities and communities.
Tassibee is working with Pakistani girls, looking at Imaging Better Futures. The focus of the project is to explore how cultural times have changed over the generations. The Silk & Steel project lets young women to discover their heritage in the steel and textile industry.
Working For a Safer South Yorkshire.
The United Multi-Cultural Centre is a registered charity that has been in service now for twenty eight years. Our aim and objective is to integrate the community regardless of colour, creed or nationality. The primary goal for the UMCC is to deliver training and build on peoples skills and building their confidence enabling them to integrate into society.
The Unity Centre is a community development for conference, training and social events. The facility is located within the Eastwood district of Rotherham, an area rich in cultural diversity, the centre is fully accessible and purpose built to respond to cultural, social, educational and spiritual needs of the community. They run a Asian Ladies Elder Group on Wednesdays.
Voluntary Action Rotherham is the lead body for supporting, developing and promoting the voluntary and community sector in the Rotherham borough. Its core activities and associated projects are a keystone for local community engagement and development.