People Matters have announced that they are launching their new fundraising campaign this autumn. A ball to be held at The Queens Hotel in October is nearly sold out as they start to look at other ways they can connect with their local community and future supporters.
A local charity, based on Croydon Street in Holbeck, People Matters have been developing inclusive communities since 2002. Providing opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage to access a range of projects and activities. They may be looking at entering volunteering or employment, wanting to be creative or be more social. Members are given the guidance and support they require to reduce isolation, increase self-confidence and be active members of their community.
Sally Jude their newly appointed Fundraising and Development Manager said:
“As a member-led not-for-profit charitable organisation our mission is to create opportunities for people to more independent. By working with our local community, engaging with our supporters and increasing our income through fundraising activity we will be able to achieve this.”
If you would like to find out more about People Matters, the services they offer, speak with Sally or her colleague about volunteer opportunities or how you can help with fundraising then please visit their website: peoplemattersleeds.co.uk; ring (0113) 234 6896; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or like our page on Facebook www.facebook.com/peoplematterswestyorkshire
This post was written by Sally Jude using our Create an article for South Leeds Life page.