The Trust wants to make the world a better place through short-term funding for projects that help to prevent poverty, suppor
Stafford and District
World Mental Health Day
Launch of the Tooolbox Emotional Wellbeing Project hosted by Stafford Borough Council and South Staffordshire Network for Mental Health.
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- ‘Thank you so much for your support for our MASE Groups – you have always been there for us.’ - Daphne Sharp, The MASE Group
- ‘You are such a star! Got to be worth a toast.’ - Liz Dipple, re: assisting Rising Brook Baptist Church in their tender submission to take on the running of Rising Brook Library
As some of you may remember, last year The Home Office ran an Innovation Fund for Prevent. This helped fund a number of new providers to deliver new and innovative Prevent projects. Today the second Project Innovation Fund (PIF) for Prevent has been launched. Full details are available on the Government website.
Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles are working with Walking for Health to pilot a program called Every Step Counts to support people with low mobility to step back into walking. It is a 12 week short walks programme with aim at the end to people to transfer into their core walking offer.
The fund is for farmers looking to modernise their infrastructure, helping to streamline their farming processes and increase efficiency. The fund will also assist farmers looking to reduce their farm’s exposure to market volatility by providing funds to invest in viable diversification projects, either within agriculture or from non-agriculture sources. Loan could therefore act as source of match funding for grants.
Stafford’s new dedicated Genitourinary Medicine service will be open from Monday 5 September following relocation from the town’s County Hospital.
The new dedicated service, which will be delivered by South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust on behalf of the county council . The Clinic will open to all at 2pm at its new home at the Civic Centre following just three months of building works to offer a more modern and fit for purpose centre.
An informal awareness session on understanding deafness and how to support a deaf person.
10.30am to 11.30am
All very welcome, refreshments included.