Worcester Community Trust runs 10 different projects across the City of Worcester and manages 6 community hubs including the Building Block in Warndon, working with those who need support improving health and wellbeing. Last year we provided opportunities and support to over 4500 people, enhancing skills, increasing confidence and bringing people together.
This is just some of the impact we have had since April 2017 to now – we can only do all this with your support!
Hot meals served to older people
Youth sessions taken place
People gaining accredited training or learning new skills
Women supported to leave an abusive relationship
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We are delighted to announce that Lewis Higgs, a valued member of the Dines Green Youth Team, has been awarded The BBC Radio Power of Sport Award at The West Midlands Community Sports Awards. The Power of Sport Award recognises an individual whose life has...
Around 50 protesters attended the rally to raise awareness of violence against women; but to also highlight the importance of everyone feeling safe when outside at night. The march, organised by the Worcester Community Trust, started at 6.30pm and went on until 8pm on...
Amazon Smile is an incredible initiative operated by Amazon. It allows you to buy the same products, for the same prices, but 0.5% of the net purchase price gets donated to Worcester Community Trust. We're thrilled to be involved in such a wonderful donation...
NEARLY 200 runners enjoyed a charity Fun Run, including the youngest entrant at just one years old. Worcester Community Trust organised their first charity Fun Run, which was held on June 9 in the grounds of RGS The Grange School in Fernhill Heath. The...
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