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Over 2,000 local children and young people from under-represented communities will be getting close to nature, thanks to a grant from Staffordshire Freemasons to the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.Find out more
£ 57812 Creating the Best Start in Life for Disadvantaged Children and Young PeopleFind out more
When Mark’s health took a decline, his life was turned upside down and he struggled to get the help he needed. After leaving the hospital, Mark had been unable to receive aftercare at home when his details was misplaced. This meant that Mark’s wife, Amanda, had to undertake all of his care.Find out more
Hundreds of young people who regularly attend the evening sessions at The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton will be able to access mental health “first aid”, thanks to a grant of £35,000 from Staffordshire Freemasons.Find out more
£ 35258 Creating the Best Start in Life for Disadvantaged Children and Young PeopleFind out more
Wolves Foundation, the official charity of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, has launched a new project aimed at supporting over 100 older people in Wolverhampton who are experiencing loneliness and social isolation, thanks to our grant of £38,000.Find out more
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