Entries by Matt Webb

Richmond Fellowship marks #InternationalMensDay

Richmond Fellowship marked International Men’s Day on Monday 19 November by shining the spotlight on men’s mental health, male victims of domestic abuse and celebrating men who work in the charity sector. In the UK, suicide remains the biggest killer of men under the age of 45 and according to the Crime Survey for England […]

Old Moat Garden Centre scoops local business award

Richmond Fellowship’s Old Moat Garden Centre has scooped an accolade at the annual Epsom and Ewell Business Excellence Awards in Surrey. The social enterprise won the Commitment in the Community category at the awards which celebrate excellence in the local community. An engraved glass trophy was presented to The Old Moat team by the local MP […]

Richmond Fellowship marks #WorldMentalHealthDay 2018

Richmond Fellowship’s been marking World Mental Health Day (10 October) by showcasing our services and getting out and about in local communities. On social media, we’ve been shining the spotlight on our Crisis, Supported Housing, Employment, Residential, Social Enterprise and Community Based services across the week with a different video each day. See the videos […]

Richmond Fellowship Cambridge services are radio station’s Charity of the Month

Richmond Fellowship’s services in Cambridge have been chosen as a local radio station’s Charity of the Month for October. Cambridge 105 Radio selects a different charity operating in the city to support each month by offering a series of radio interviews and podcasts. It means Richmond Fellowship’s Employment service based in Signet Court, Castle Supported […]

Richmond Fellowship launches new Employment and Wellbeing Service in Hammersmith and Fulham

Richmond Fellowship has launched a new bespoke Employment and Wellbeing service for people living with mental ill health in the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Richmond Fellowship has been working with the Hammersmith and Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to set up the service, which is available to individuals in both primary and secondary […]

Richmond Fellowship Fenland service featured on ITV News Anglia

Richmond Fellowship’s Fenland Wellbeing service in Cambridgeshire has been featured on ITV News Anglia. The service was asked to take part in a piece on Thursday 27 September about an Office for National Statistics (ONS) report which ranked Fenland as one of the unhappiest places to live in the country. People completing the ONS survey […]

Richmond Fellowship reaccredited as Investors in Diversity

Richmond Fellowship has been reaccredited as an Investor in Diversity. The accreditation, which the national mental health charity has held since 2016, recognises Richmond Fellowship’s structured and planned approach to embedding Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) at the heart of the organisation. To retain the accreditation, the National Centre for Diversity carried out an assessment […]

Tyne and Wear service benefits from £300 mystery donation

Richmond Fellowship’s Tyne and Wear service has benefitted from a £300 mystery donation made during mental health awareness week. Richmond Fellowship, which provides supported housing, community and employment support in the county, received the generous donation in the post. A card, which accompanied the cheque in an envelope said: “Enclosed is a donation for your […]

Could you volunteer for our Leicester Life Links service?

Our Richmond Fellowship Life Links service in Leicestershire is currently looking for volunteers. We provide a wellness and mental health recovery service tailored to meet individuals needs. Our information, advice and navigation services can help find community and digital resources that will help to achieve your recovery outcomes, make independence more sustainable and provide support in developing […]

Outgoing Sudbury Mayor raises over £400 for Richmond Fellowship

The outgoing Mayor of Sudbury, Councillor Sarah Page has raised £467.20 for the national mental health charity, Richmond Fellowship. Councillor Page selected Richmond Fellowship as one of her chosen charities for her 2017-2018 mayoralty year. A range of fundraising activities have taken place over the last 12 months, including various coffee mornings in Sudbury Town […]