Building Better Opportunities Stafford & South Staffordshire have supported 100 individuals with free training in the last year following the launch of its Training Hub.
Children, Young People & Families
The combination of a growing and ageing population, more people with long-term conditions, and a challenging financial environment has placed significant pressure on social care services in recent years.
The search has begun for volunteers to form a new People’s Panel that will provide views and advice on plans to transform health and care services from the comfort of their own homes.
The panel will play an active role in helping improve services and will consist of people who will represent a cross-section of local communities.
Together We’re Better and Care Market Development Team have joined forces and are developing an integrated network of I Care...Ambassadors to work across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent with supportive resources and activities to help you along the way.
For the sixth year running staff and members at Branston Golf & Country Club have been giving generously to help support the YMCA Foodbank in Burton town centre.
Do you want to help others and provide support to people in need? Then become a volunteer at Stafford Social Hub.
All our groups are led by Peer Support Volunteers who have lived experience in mental distress.
By volunteering with Stafford Social Hub you will be able to discover your true potential, build self confidence and self-esteem, learn new skills and offer support to others on their road to recover.
On Friday 8th November; 227 people spent the night in a cardboard box so that others don’t have to in a bid to raise much needed funds for YMCA Burton.
The mix of adults and children ranging from the ages of 4 to 76 years old gave up their beds for one night over two venues; the home of Burton Albion Football team, Pirelli Stadium, and St Modwens graveyard in the town centre.
Rugeley Library has joined the Place of Welcome network and is offering companionship, conversation and free refreshments every Friday morning, 10am - 11am at its premises in Anson Street, Rugeley, WS15 2BB which is in the pedestrian area of the town centre. The Library is the 64th Place of Welcome in Staffordshire and the 13th Library to also become a Place of Welcome.
Please join The Places of Welcome team and other local supporters to promote and celebrate the contribution of Places of Welcome to Burton and Uttoxeter
Places of Welcome is a growing network of local community groups providing their neighbourhoods with places where all people feel safe to belong and connect and contribute.
There are lots of great social groups and activities on offer across Lichfield District but not everyone finds it easy to take part and get involved. They may lack the confidence to try new things, be shy about meeting new people or simply not be aware of what is on offer or where things are happening.