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Foundation Supports Mental Health Awareness Week

Foundation Supports Mental Health Awareness Week
Posted on May 15, 2017
Archive : May 2017
Category : News
As most will be aware, last week was Mental Health Awareness Week 2017. Of course, for the Community Foundation, mental health is a key part of our role within the community. We're always delighted to work with local community groups and last week, we received an email from SPARC - Stockport Progress and Recovery Centre - regarding their upcoming raffle, asking whether Stockport County could donate a raffle prize. The raffle raises vital funds for initiatives to help people with mental health illnesses.

As a result, we were only too happy to present SPARC with two family tickets for the raffle on May 19th. Our Disability Football Development Officer Adrian Bates said "I work very closely with SPARC United and Pennine Trust in delivering a Monday football coaching session weekly at Heathfield House. I also work closely with their teams who take part in the monthly Adults Cheshire East Ability Counts League, held at Aquinas College.

As the representative from Stockport County Community Foundation, I was delighted to have presented Lynn Barrett and SPARC with two Stockport County FC family tickets for season 2017-18 to use as raffle prizes to help raise much needed and well deserved funds for SPARC"

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