One of our talented friends participated in this judo tournament and we are glad that Together We Grow could help with the hotel room.
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Attached are nine pages of our annual report covering the period from May 2021 to April 2022. Many thanks to Ibrahim for helping out with the IT. If you prefer to receive it in a pdf format please email email@example.com. You can also get the annual report for 2020-2021 and for the first five years […]
Many thanks to IKEA and the Community Fund for their grant of £4,500, which we have now spent. The funding went towards food, leisure activities, insurance, transport and venue hire. Nothing went towards staff and office costs as we are all volunteers. Without this grant we could not have done all the things we did […]
Many thanks to Health & Wellbeing Fund for their grant of £5,000, which has now been spent on waterproof walking boots and raincoats. This has allowed local refugees and asylum seekers and their families to stay dry and warm when participating in a walking group (‘Walk and talk goes hand in hand’), going to college […]
More refugees, asylum seekers and volunteers had a chance to try outdoor bowling for the first time on Tuesday 19th April. And they all loved it as it is something everyone can do and the bowling club had invested in more games. After the bowling we went to the Kindness Cafe for a warm, lovely […]
Spent another £966.24 on walking boots and raincoats for five families and two individuals so they can join our walking trips, be outdoor in all type of weather and still be dry and warm. Once again thanks to our funders and to individuals who donate money to Together We Grow. Without their support we could […]
Our walking group did a walk & talk from Hebden Bridge train station up to Old Chamber and Honesty Box, along Pinnacle lane, down by the river to Horsehold, where we could feed the lamb. From Horsehold we walked down to Beryl & Peter’s house to have lunch before taking the train. A lovely day […]
The rain did not stop our 23 friends from Halifax coming to Todmorden to do some bowling with the ten volunteers from the Bowling Club. After a while the fingers got cold. So a warm vegetarian lunch went down well with every one at the Kindness cafe. Hot coffees, teas and cholates also helped. Many […]
We are now starting matching local youth with young asylum seekers and refugees so they can practice English conversation and socialise together in one-to-one settings. We have for years done this for adults. The first young matching is working very well.