Rotary Social Innovation South East Hampshire is privileged to be working with some great enterprises already doing good in our community. Please use this page to find out more about the network we have created and discover the resource or help they can offer you, your organisation and your community.

Our team are based in three venues across the city, including Portsmouth Central Library, Southsea Library, and our new training academy located in Gunwharf Quays We provide high quality artisanal food and drink, produced either in-house or by local businesses such as ‘Portsmouth Tea’ and ‘Carla’s Cake Emporium’ A recent expansion has seen us hosting a total of over 40 placements, ten traineeships, three apprentices, as well as a supported intern and volunteer programme. Director of Lily & Lime LD, Anita Godson said: “We are new and innovative, and have grown from pop-up to permanent, delivering a quality service within a busy, working environment”. The team also provide bespoke services for catering and events, for more information on this contact events@lilyandlime.org.uk To keep up-to-date with Lily & Lime LD, visit their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts!

The Parenting Network is a not-for-profit, Community Interest Company that provides a much loved and much needed service for local families in Portsmouth.
The Parenting Network CIC is working to build a self sustaining and supportive community of families in Portsmouth in order to drive forward social change through education on positive parenting and best practice; this is all delivered through a series of programmes using social theory as a model to promote fun learning, strengthen family bonds, bringing together communities, tackling gender stereotyping and isolation.
The Parenting Network is made up of 4 key areas including The Parenting Forum, Dadzclub, Wonder Mumz and the Step Up to Parenting programme.
The Parenting Network’s goal is to build a self sustaining and supportive network of parents all across Hampshire.

Positive Behaviour Support helps people with learning disabilities achieve their ambitions and reduces the need for

“challenging” behaviours using evidence based approaches.

PBS4 enables people with learning disabilities whose behaviour is described as challenging to live the life they want in their own homes

is a not for profit Social Enterprise committed to promoting good mental health and wellbeing in society, business, sports and education. We specialise in helping people with stress, anxiety and anxiety-related issues.

Toucan Diversity – an award-winning Training social enterprise based in Portsmouth. We deliver Disability Equality and awareness training session on the following areas: Disability Equality Training, Autism awareness, Visual impairment training and mental health. Our sessions are bespoke and interactive, using a range of activities to generate discussion.

Our team of accredited trainers all have direct and personal experience of the disability or health condition they talk about.

Ready2Shine we provide holistic Social Education for people who have a Learning Disability with a core focus on well-being needs in relation to Emotions, Relationships, Physical and Sexual Safety.

Dadzclub (link to Facebook page) is for dads that think that fatherhood is more than just babysitting the kids to give Mum a break. Fatherhood has evolved far beyond the age old gender stereotypes of what dads used to be… and the whole family is benefitting!

PALS SOCIETY for people with alternative learning styles

Bee-Released Counselling & Consultancy helping you and your family move on with life.

Helping you to live life to the full, using occupational therapy techniques with music and sound.

From the Harp delivers individual harp therapy for individuals, harp circles and rhythm circles for groups, and gong baths in the community and at events.

Take a look at the Family Card (link to Facebook page) now on offer across Portsmouth and great way to get discounts on activities.

Global Music Visions C.I.C. “We support people of all ages, who are blind, partially sighted, or have additional needs, to engage in music workshops and projects”.