Managing the mental health and stress of staff in small charities

Managing the mental health and stress of staff in small charities is crucial for maintaining a positive and productive work environment.

In the workplace, employers should encourage open and honest communication between staff members and management to create a supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere where employees feel comfortable discussing their mental health concerns and stressors. Read more …

Small Charity Members Spotlight – Recover

Engaging in creative activities, such as up cycling, has been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, and increase overall mental wellbeing. We spent some time with the team over at Recover to see how they transform donated furniture which is in need of some TLC into stunning unique statement items. Take a look…

Small Charity Members Spotlight – Nyaka UK

Nyaka UK (Charity number 1191658) registered with the Charity Commission in 2020 with the aim of supporting vulnerable communities in southwest Uganda. It is a remote, rural area, home to half a million people, most of whom live in extreme poverty. Find out more…

Free Mental Health First Aid Webinar Suicide Prevention

In 2020 the Office for National Statistics reported 4,912 deaths by suicide registered in England. The MHFA share the belief with partners at The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Education and Training (NCSPT) that through education and intervention, suicide is one of the most preventable deaths. Together they are developing a partnership to deliver more Suicide First Aid training. Find out more…

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As part of the new data legislation coming into force on 25 May, Welwyn Hatfield CVS needs to obtain your expressed permission to continue to communicate with you. By Opting In you will be giving your written consent to Welwyn Hatfield CVS to process and store your data.  We will not share your data with

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