From time to time we need fully accredited family mediators to take on a case or two to keep our case load manageable. We wouldn't require too much of your time - just a willingness to volunteer a few hours every couple of months on an ad hoc basis. If you would be willing to join a pool of volunteers on whom we can rely when there's a need, please email
Published 12:31 on 16 Mar 2021
The Trust has made an excellent start to its fundraising campaign, having raised c £114,000 since October 2020. As a self funded, volunteer led charity, we have applied to many charitable Trusts for grants and have been delighted with outcome. Our loyal customers have also been generous with donations. If you or your business would like to donate, you can do so here Thank you.
Published 11:46 on 16 Mar 2021
British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths running from 5th-14th March. We're supporting the week because it's a fantastic chance to highlight the extraordinary achievements of the science and tech sectors in London and the South East and how government support can boost opportunities for businesses and individuals in these sectors. What can you do to support?
Published 11:31 on 1 Mar 2021
New Covid-19 assets are now available on the Coronavirus Resource Centre. These will continue to be updated so do please checking. New Roadmap, Stay at Home and Post-vaccine Behaviour Assets & Purim Assets Covid-19 Response Spring 2021 (Roadmap assets) Stay Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives (Phase 3 assets now available) Post-vaccine behaviour (Assets and toolkit) Purim
Published 16:15 on 25 Feb 2021
Coast to Capital LEP is offering businesses in the area a tailored support service from experienced business advisers. We can help find answers to your specific post EU transition questions as well as reviewing the impact these changes may have on your business and helping you develop an action plan. We can provide you with 1:2:1 guidance and advice on challenges and opportunities in the following areas: Importing
Published 17:03 on 5 Feb 2021
Chichester Counselling Service is an independent local charity, supporting adults aged 18+ in Chichester and the surrounding area. We are currently reaching out to anyone who has been affected by Covid-19 through illness, loss or finding their situation hard to come to terms with. Generally, we charge fees only to cover our costs and based on ability to pay. We currently have some funding available to help where this
Published 00:00 on 26 Jan 2021
Whether cutting out cakes, giving up gaming or saying goodbye to your evening tipple, can you Give it Up for Chestnut Tree House for Lent? Perhaps your coffee consumption is a long-running joke in the office, or you are kicking the habit of a lifetime? Your task is simple: choose what you are going to give up (its totally up to you) and donate what youve saved over the 40 days
Published 00:00 on 13 Jan 2021
We are looking for trustees to join us, as a number of our current Board are reaching the end of their tenure. It is an important time for the charity with a new strategy in place to grow the charity and the services that we provide across West Sussex.
Published 14:09 on 6 Jan 2021
Chichester Festival Theatres fundraising appeal to raise £91,000 to reconnect West Sussex young carers with support, education and the arts has achieved its target in just three months. Laptops are now being distributed to young caregivers throughout the county in partnership with schools and West Sussex Young Carers Service. There are an estimated 6,000 young caregivers in the county under the age of 18 who take on substantial responsibilities, providing vital care and support to their loved ones when they are
Published 16:36 on 5 Jan 2021
Could You Walk To FRANCE? Maybe AFRICA, or even further. Get involved in our Supported Employment West Sussex Lockdown Challenge and see how far we can walk around the world in 6 weeks The challenge starts Monday 11th January and everyone is welcome to take part throughout the 6 weeks, our first stop is from the Aldingbourne Country Centre to London. All you have to do is track your steps via a watch
Published 00:00 on 1 Jan 2021