Support Staffordshire are represented on the following Boards and Networks:-
Older People & Long Term Conditions
Warmer Homes Greener District (a project between Lichfield District Council, Beat the Cold, and Marches Energy Agency) has secured funding to replace heating for some of the most vulnerable residents of Lichfield.
There is a qualifying criteria, which will take account of a persons income and health.
Free drop-in hearing aid clinic 'Hear to Help' available in Hednesford on the second Wednesday of each month.
The Royal Voluntary Service have a vacancy for a part-time Coordinator.
The Casserole Club is a community-led, food sharing project, commissioned by Staffordshire County Council.
Support Staffordshire supports a large number of member organisations who primarily work with older people.
Are you a needy householder of 70 years or over living in Lichfield city? If so you are invited to apply for a grant towards the cost of your heating.
The Trustees of Michael Lowe's and Associated Charities (Registered Charity No. 214785) will select recipients for Charitable gifts of grants for fuel on the 26th November 2015. Grants will be paid in February 2016.
Please see the attached for further details: FUEL GRANT POSTER - 2015
The Staffordshire Dignity Awards are now open for nominations until January 6th 2016.
The awards provide the opportunity to recognise and reward those people who actions make a difference and serve as an examples to others.
To see their poster click here.