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Help & Care with partners secure new service for Dorset

This service will use care & support planning conversations to enable people to feel confident about living with their long term health conditions or as a carer. This might be through coaching conversations, connecting them with local community based activities or helping them to navigate and access other services, resources and support.Read more.

Help & Care talk sustainability: #FollowTheMoney

"The primary reason we chose to work with Charity Bank was because of its social values"Read more.

Supporting people and communities because 'Community Matters'

Have you ever wondered about those small, circular plastic tokens at the supermarket? Who benefits from these tokens and how?Read more.

My Health My Way offers a new course to support people in Bournemouth and Poole living with long-term health conditions

My Health My Way is running another one of their popular free courses to support people in Bournemouth and Poole who have long-term health conditions and/or their carers.Read more.

Help & Care’s charity shop in Southbourne is working in collaboration with Slimming World

Help & Care’s charity shop in Southbourne, Bournemouth, is working with Slimming World to promote health and wellbeing for the local community and encourage members to donate those clothes that do not fit anymore.Read more.

Help & Care‘s Christmas Hamper Raffle raised £500 for volunteering services

Las Friday 15th December, Help & Care held a Christmas Hamper Raffle at its charity shop in the Southbourne Grove, Bournemouth. The raffle raised £500 that will support Help & Care’s volunteering services, which does not receive funding from any sources other than individual donations and fundraising events.Read more.

Dorset Macmillan Advocacy awarded Volunteer Group of the Year at the annual Awards Evening by the Volunteer Centre Dorset

The 25 peer advocates of Dorset Macmillan Advocacy won the ‘Volunteer Group of the Year’ award at the annual Awards held by the Volunteer Centre Dorset.Read more.

Mark Sharman, CEO of Help & Care, was invited to the ‘#BUNotAlone Tackling Loneliness’ event to share best practice

Mark Sharman, Help & Care’s Chief Executive, attended ‘#BUNotAlone Tackling Loneliness’ event at the Shelley Theatre on 9th November 2017, as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.Read more.