Our Charities

At the Regenda Group, our culture is about working together to make a positive impact go further. Find out more about how our charities are helping children, adults and communities throughout the North West and what you can do to get involved.
Centre 56 is a registered charity in Liverpool which provides childcare, information and support for children, parents and carers who have suffered or are at risk of domestic abuse or crisis.

Centre 56 enables families to rebuild their lives and achieve aspirations. They also provide training about domestic abuse to enable people other organisations to be aware of the causes, signs and solutions.
Petrus provides a range of services from supported housing to drop-in advice and support and wellbeing activity across Rochdale, Oldham, Burnley, Bury and Bolton.

Petrus believes people should have access to safe, secure, quality housing. Petrus help people to develop skills, independence and make positive choices. Petrus believe collaboration with other agencies and organisations is key to creating a world where everyone has a safe place to live.
Positive Footprints, works in collaboration with education providers to develop career-based learning programmes in partnership with local businesses.

Delivered across the educational journey, from primary school and Further Education, the programmes aim to inspire, prepare, and support young people to explore the world of business, get thinking about their future careers and raise aspirations.
The National Communities and Resource Centre (NCRC) is based at Trafford Hall in Cheshire. The NCRC work to support individuals, families, communities, and anchor organisations like the housing sector, to tackle issues at a local level.

NCRC’s mission is to close the inequality gap by providing the skills and resources for people to make changes at a local level and influence national policy.
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