Touchstone’s top tips for good health featured on the Bayford Foundation’s blog! Click here to read more.
Touchstone Community Development Service (CDS) in partnership with Leeds City Council Migration Partnership have recently completed training with 26 volunteers from 15 different countries, for ...
It may not be quite the Tour de France, but a 22 mile tandem ride is no mean feat. And doing it to raise money ...
From the playground to the workplace, the opinions we form of other people and the way we express those opinions can make a big difference. ...
Information Session and Q&A Tuesday 22nd July 10:00-12:30 Presenter: Ben Davison, Head of Immigration Department, Ison Harrison solicitors. Who is this session for? All interested professionals and community members What immigration advice can you legally give? What OISC accredited advice is available in Leeds? Immigration Act 2014 – what does it mean for your service? St Aidan’s Community Hall, Elford Place West (off Roundhay [...]
Two of Touchstone’s senior managers will be pre-empting this Saturday’s Tour De France stage in West Yorkshire, by completing their own mini-tour on a yellow tandem and helping to raise money for Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Senior Operations Manager Gemma Hornby and Finance Director Ed Long – both well known to their colleagues for their love [...]
As part of Volunteer Week (1-7th June) Volunteers project have been involved in writing an article in relation to supporting volunteers experiencing mental health. Please see attached links for guest blog for Bayford Foundation and Doing Good Leeds. http://bayfordfoundation.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/how-volunteering-boosts-health-confidence-and-employability-skills/ http://doinggoodleeds.org.uk/blog/2014/06/03/supporting-volunteers-experiencing-mental-health-difficulties-201406031243/
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