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Wellbeing Workshops

Connecting the Community!

Ever been curious about attending our online workshops but not sure what to expect?
Here is a picture of our Tuesday Bob in for a Brew group.

We’ve had a couple more join the group since this was taken, but it gives you a little insight into what it looks like. Caroline, who runs our Bob in for a Brew and Arts & Crafts likes to describe group Zoom meetings as looking like The Brady Bunch.

If you have any questions about our Online Wellbeing Workshops, please get in touch.
 

Contact us on 0161 330 9223 or email office@togmind.org, and ask for Caroline.

Fundraising

Urgent Coronavirus Fundraising Appeal

The last 6 months have seen a 400% increase in referrals to some of our services and reports of depression almost doubling based on last year. COVID-19 has led to the cancellation of our traditional fundraising events and we need your help urgently.

We need your support now more than ever, we want to do the best we can to help provide our support to the community.

If you or anyone you know is struggling, please don't be afraid to get in touch - 0161 330 9223. Mental health support has never been so important, please don't suffer in silence. 
 

Donate via our JustGiving page. 

Donate via our Facebook page.

Current Vacancies

Children, Young People and Families Assistant

Children, Young People and
Families Assistant

The Youth in Mind (CYP) Directorate is looking to recruit a Children, Young People and Families Assistant to join our team at our Oldham Hub.

  • 36 hours per week
  • £17,428 (pro rata)

The listing for this vacancy closes:
27th October 2020

We're also looking for an Adult Services Director at the moment, see our website to learn more.

Learn more and apply for this role at our website.

Community

You don't know me, but...

Are you missing live theatre? Looking for something a bit different?

#YouDontKnowMeBut is a live audio #theatre show exploring real stories of care. It was created by an award winning team after a series of interviews with care workers and residents during lockdown.

Actor and musician Sophia Hatfield calls up audience members at a pre-booked time and performs this show live down the phone from her home studio. From the music, sound effects and storytelling - everything is performed live by one actor! From booking to performance, this experience is free, easy to access and open to all (recommended 16+). 

 

Learn more about this exciting new show.