WTF now formally a member of The Erewash Partnership

WTF are now part of The Erewash Partnership which means we are part of a growing group of local businesses, organisations and charities to benefit from local peer support, expert knowledge and experience. The aim of the partnership is to foster and promote enterprise and to support the wellbeing of local residents and so is very much aligned to our own mission. Membership offers us access to a range of courses, workshops, and network meetings that will help support us as we secure our position as the go to charity in Erewash for mental health and wellbeing. The networking opportunities alone will enable us to meet, and learn from, others who have set up and established charities and will help us better understand the demands of the voluntary sector in this area.

We’ve already had a productive meeting with the Chief Executive and have networking meetings booked in the calendar. We’re really excited to be part of the Partnership and are looking forward to building an even stronger and more effective charity that creates talking communities which are suicide safe, and enables and empowers young people to make positive changes in their lives. 

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