We are determined to work more effectively with our community to resolve health inequality and local unemployment. We believe social technology is affecting big changes in the voluntary sector and that communities can harness the benefits, if we work together. Adapting to new technology and learning new skills are becoming a vital part of our...
Small charities across the UK are in trouble. Our methods for building relationships and fundraising are being outdated by new technology. We are now finding our networks of donors, partners and constituents are migrating to a new technological space, and small charities like us risk being left behind. Like all charities big and small, we are now putting our hopes into...
After much thought and following government advice West Euston Partnership’s (WEP’s) office will be closed until further notice. However, staff will be working from home and we will continue some services online during this time of closure.
We have decided to cancel all face to face sessions, including CV support, careers advice, public computer access and training, all weekly workshops and activities. However, we will endeavour to offer some services online.
We have taken these steps to protect staff, volunteers and our service users. We will keep in touch with everybody via social media, email and notices on our buildings.
We have also contacted our partners so we can work together and continue serving the community.
WEP would like to take this opportunity to thank all our partners, activity leaders, volunteers and service users for their continued support.