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For the last 25 years, the Foundations charity has been helping people in poverty in Gateshead to create safe, settled home lives from which they can thrive. 

Since reopening after lockdown, we

This online session is for you if you are new to the role of fundraising in your organisation, or have been doing this for a while but want to develop a strategy to improve your chances of success
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Foundations Furniture

REOPENING DATES

Foundations Furniture is pleased to announce that our services will be reopening in June to support people in hardship to lead settled, comfortable home lives. 

 

For relatives and friends lonely in lockdown why not order a smile and song from Equal Arts Singing Hinnies?

A special gift for a loved one or as a positive pick me up for a neighbour, order a musical moment and help to keep older people connected. Social distancing safely, the Singing Hinnies will put their tunes top of their list of essentials, reducing loneliness and isolation.

Our professional musicians are out and about across Gateshead and Newcastle and can swing by with a song for the street. Click here to book a Singing Hinnies visit or ring us on 0191 261 1619 for more

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Valentine's Crafts at TBCC

The attendees of the Teams and Bensham Community Care centre have been getting ready for Valentine's Day by creating lovely flower and heart decorations.

 

The OurGateshead logo

Following research with Newcastle University’s Open Lab Team with residents and community groups, we have redesigned OurGateshead to meet the needs of Gateshead reside

LET’S MAKE NEWCASTLE AND GATESHEAD THE BEST PLACE TO BE YOUNG

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