Go for it Funding! /

The John Smith Stadium was the venue for the handover of the certificate confirming that Huddersfield Town have funded Thursday/Friday Friends £1000. It was awarded to continue the good work that is happening in our older peoples groups. Over the past few months, members of the Huddersfield Town Foundation popped into our Huddersfield Lunch & Read More

Supporting World Mental Health Day 2019 /

World Mental Health Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of mental health issues and help end social stigma. The theme of this year’s event is suicide and suicide prevention. According to the World Health Organization, more than 800,000 people globally die by suicide a year. It is the leading cause of death among young Read More

ReSETTLEment Community Sponsorship Group Celebratory Dinner /

Volunteers and supporters gathered together on Saturday 5th October to celebrate their own success in becoming Community Sponsors and now the start of their journey supporting the Syrian family who arrived in Settle in August. The dinner was also attended by Janet Kent, Catholic Care’s Safeguarding Lead who has supported the group with safeguarding training and Read More

Celebrating the big five – oh! /

Marie Meegan, who has worked for the Charity for more than 20 years, was ‘surprised’ when asked to attend a meeting at Head Office to be greeted with a cheer and a rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ as she entered the meeting room. The celebration, held a little early due to Marie’s pending leave, was indeed Read More

International Day for Older Persons /

Celebrated Annually on October 1st – International Day of Older Persons We celebrate annually the United Nations resolution to recognise 1st October as international day of older persons. The day is a special one for older people and senior citizens around the world. We champion the contribution older people make to society and champion the Read More

Junior Young Carers Project Summer Trip /

The plight of young carers is well documented, family circumstances mean that from an early age some children and young people provide regular or ongoing care and support to another family member as a result of them having a physical or mental illness, a disability, or are struggling with substance misuse. Young carers often take Read More