Partner OrganisationsPartner organisations are those groups who work alongside the Mill and share the aims and objectives of the charity. The Mill seeks to creatively use its resources and team to support each partner where most needed and on an individual basis.
If you would like to know how to become a Partner Organisation and benefit from the financial and practical support offered by the team at the Mill, please contact us on 802900 to arrange a preliminary meeting to discuss your plans and ideas.
For details of what it involves to be a Mill Partner, how the Mill can help your organisation or group and application forms go to Become a Partner.
Victim Support is an Isle of Man charity, which offers free and confidential help to victims and witnesses of crime, their family and friends.
You don't have to have reported a crime to receive our support and there's no charge for our services. No matter when the crime happened, we're here to help you by providing information, practical advice and emotional support. Get in touch: http://www.victimsupport.im/
Hands of Hope
Hands of Hope seek to help the poor, needy & homeless of Romania by working in the community through practical home building projects, the distribution of aid and the befriending of families and disadvantaged people. We regularly travel out to Romania taking much needed day-to-day supplies for the people. More info: http://www.handsofhope.org.im/
Manx Wildlife Trust
The Wildflowers of Mann Project exists to promote and preserve native Manx wildflowers. The Project operates across the Isle of Man providing advice and a supply of locally-grown native Manx plants and seeds.The Mill has an award-winning wildflower garden, managed in association with the Manx Wildlife Trust. It is located next to The Mill and offers an oasis of peace and tranquillity. The garden is open daily for all to enjoy.
For more details visit www.manxwt.org.uk.
Broadway Baptist Church
One of the Isle of Man's largest churches, located in Douglas, with a membership of over 100, a regular weekly Sunday morning attendence of 200, with almost half comprising of young adults, children and youth.
During the week we meet in small groups for Bible study, prayer, socials and to generally build closer relationships and support networks with each other. Find out more about us at http://www.broadway.org.im/