New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Appreciate U is a community interest company; we are based within the West Midlands.
Our aim is to provide befriending services’ to the local community.
We work alongside disadvantage adults from the ages of 18. Adults vary from diverse, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Through our befriending service we aim to offer support, meaningful and reliable relationships.
Do you need information about benefits?
•Do you need help to fill and or complete forms?
•Do you need information on befriending services and how to get an advocate?
•Do you need motivation and direction in your life, a life coach will be present to offer advice and guidance
•Guidance given how to claim Personal Information Payment applications (PIP) and Employment and support Allowance (ESA)
We have many professionals who attend our sessions regularly offering the following services to your community
Nurse advisors will be carrying out basic health checks
A Wellness coach will be present to offer advice about healthy living
A life coach will be present to offer guidance how to move forward to achieve your goals
''Do your little bit of good where you are; it's those little bits of good put together that overwhelme the world''.
Appreciate U is a Community interest company, based within the West Midlands area.
We work with socially isolated and disadvantaged adults from the ages of 18.
We work with adults who vary from diverse, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Appreciate U has been funded by the National lottery, we are grateful for the support which enables us carry out this project.
Local Newspaper Article, September 24th 2015
The group holds coffee mornings to the disadvantaged at Wednesfield Community Centre and Springvale Sports and Social Club in Bilston.
At the events, vulnerable people can enjoy a cup of tea, light refreshments and arts and crafts activities.
It also provides people with the chance to make new friends and get support.
But bosses want to do more.
They are asking for money to help expand their service to people's homes.
Manager Anna McKen said: "The additional funding would enable us to create a lasting change in the community, reducing social isolation."