Supporting People in North Staffordshire with Autistic Spectrum Conditions
Your support is important to our work at Lifeworks Staffordshire. There are many ways you can contribute towards our causes, and every little bit that you commit goes a long way in helping us fulfil our mission. Learn more about how you can get involved and take advantage of the opportunity to help us.
We are looking for compassionate, friendly Volunteer Befrienders (18+) with good communication and organisational skills. The role will include helping to build social interaction by establishing and maintaining a friendly, sympathetic and professional relationship. Encouraging engagement with Lifeworks and other organisations activities, to help the client gain confidence through social interaction and valuable life skills improving their quality of life. For more information contact us.
Lifeworks Staffordshire do not receive any government funding. We are always looking for ways to raise much needed funds and we have organised coffee mornings, summer and Christmas fairs so we can continue the work that Lifeworks Staffordshire do. We also go to various networking events to promote Lifeworks and our cause.
Every year we hold a fundraising event at the Repertory Theatre on Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent. http://stokerep.info/ We sell tickets for a Saturday Matinee and a proportion of the ticket sales goes directly to Lifeworks.
Lifeworks have set up Lyme Lottery, Easyfundraising and PayPal pages so it is easy to donate to us.
You can donate or attend our fundraising events to help us out.
The Lifeworks office is now open for booked appointments only. To make an appointment, you must be a client or carer of Lifeworks. You can request an appointment by phone, email, or text. To make a new referral please contact us To protect our staff, trustees, volunteers, and clients, we are not running any drop-in […]
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