A career goes full circle helping people into employment

The WorkShop is the place to be in Newcastle-under-Lyme for people seeking employment support. A new Employment Hub Co-ordinator has joined the Realise Charity team to support individuals in their job prospects. Here we say hello to Jake. Jake Rafferty-Ford, 26, from Burslem, is the new employment hub coordinator. He continues his career within we
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Realise charity’s Handyperson Service is serving the community

During the Coronavirus pandemic, Realise charity’s Handyman Service has been offering its support for local charities and members of the community. With helping to construct worktops, storage pens, build make-shift offices and more we’ve certainly had our work cut-out!

Realise charity helps to support vulnerable member of our community

Having fallen on hard times, a gentleman from our community needed some support to get him back on his feet. Upon speaking, we managed to get an idea of the gravity of the situation and we teamed up with Team Chatterley Group and it’s team member, Amy Stephens. The gentleman was supported with a range of household items which enabled him to live comfortably.

Funding essential mental health support for young people

Realise charity has started funding a new service allowing young people from PM Training to access a dedicated mental health counsellor. Leanne Duthie is an experienced counsellor, trained by Mind, who provides a wide variety of support options for young people to help them in their day-to-day lives. She works closely with learners to provide
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