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My life is so different now.

Postnatal depression is a common occurrence in parents. Affecting more than 1 in every 10 women, if left untreated it can have a significant impact on themselves, their child and their family.The Foundation recently supported The Baby Support Hub with a...

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My life is so different now.

Can you help this winter?

A major campaign which will support some of the most vulnerable people across the West Midlands during the winter months has been launched.The Foundation has begun its 2018 Surviving Winter appeal to provide much-needed support to those affected by isolation,...

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Can you help this winter?

Everyone feels worthwhile here.

Having been dealt a tough hand Sherif is making great gains in his life “I feel happy here, it’s like a step ladder, I’m improving, I’m making progress and I’m stepping up the ladder.”Sat with a brew and a slice of lemon cake in his Forest Schools...

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Everyone feels worthwhile here.

There is war in my country.

Walking into Wolverhampton’s bustling Refugee and Migrant Centre we help a young woman up the stairs who’s struggling with a toddler and his pram.Greeted by Steven Bayliss, Project Co-ordinator, we’re given a tour of the giant workspace:“If there aren’t...

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There is war in my country.

Inner-city kids experience the outdoors.

Over 40 children from inner-city Nottingham got to experience outdoor learning for the first time thanks to a donation of £4,378 from The Wesleyan Foundation. Wild Things Ecological Education Collective is a Nottinghamshire organisation that provides...

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Inner-city kids experience the outdoors.

Fugue in a Minor Key to hit Coventry.

A one-man play set in Coventry is taking place in the city after a local playwright received funding support.Richard Walls, who grew up in Coventry and went to Bishop Ullathorne School, has been writing and theatre-making for nearly a decade after...

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Fugue in a Minor Key to hit Coventry.

Supporting Student Solicitors

A Scottish charity that supports young aspiring solicitors from disadvantaged backgrounds is changing lives thanks to financial support from The Wesleyan Foundation and the Heart of England Community Foundation. One year on from receiving a £6,000 grant from The...

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Supporting Student Solicitors

What a pleasure.

What a pleasure it was for Martin and me to join friends at a Reception to celebrate the work of Heart of England Community Foundation. The Mailbox is always a great venue.   We were welcomed by John Crabtree Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands and President....

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What a pleasure.