Community Engagement

Gerald Reading In Classroom

Building stronger and deeper social networks which in the long term increases social return on investment (SROI)

Wellbeing People have helped to improve wellbeing in individuals and communities through key partnerships, working across boundaries to link cross-sector agendas in innovative ways. Below are some of the projects and partnerships developed:

Health MOT Roadshow – tackles health inequality by providing access to health and wellbeing services in areas of deprivation.

Get Active in your community – aimed to engage adults in the wider community and promote increased levels of physical activity

The Mason Mile – targeting families to be active by running a mile and encourages behaviour towards a healthier lifestyle

Aged Veterans – supporting the physical and mental wellbeing for veterans

Town Centre Roadshow - Folkstone, Kent

Wellbeing in Schools – developing mental, social and emotional wellbeing in young people

Gerald Reading Scheme – helping to improve the reading skills of over 1000 local children

Eddie and Friends for Early Years – short animated films looking at the importance of hydration, phonics, normalising disability and saving money as a life skill

Really? Film and Resource Pack – a cost effective, innovative approach to the myriad of issues that confront young people

Old Bunyard’s Fables Resource Pack – a series of lessons exploring morals that are underpinned by brain science