Junction 32 is proud to be supporting our local charity The Prince of Wales Hospice.
The Prince of Wales Hospice has been providing care to people with a life- limiting illness since 1989. Their services are available to any adult from the Five Towns area of West Yorkshire. They care for patients with any life limiting- illness, including cancer, motor neurone disease and chronic heart and lung disease. They care for anyone over the age of 18, either as a visiting out-patient, or on their ward where they offer 24-hour specialist care. The hospice helps people live better with their illness, with many who stay with them, eventually returning home after overcoming a specific problem. Many choose the safety and dignity of the hospice for care at the end of their lives.
Adrian Greenwood – Fundraising Manager
‘The Prince of Wales Hospice is delighted to be the official charity partner of Junction 32 for a fourth year. Junction 32's support has and continues to help the hospice support local patients and their families. We can not thank Junction 32 enough for continuing to support the hospice, we really do appreciate everything they do.’
The hospice is currently looking to recruit enthusiastic volunteers, for a number of roles we have. From fundraising to catering, from retail to wellbeing support, there really is something for everyone.
If you are interested in volunteering for the hospice, please visit our Volunteering webpage.
They are a drop-in group for anyone over 50 to find out what is happening and what support is available in our local area. They are on the 2nd Tuesday of every month between 2pm and 4pm. Please come to our next session and find out more with a free tea or coffee.
Working in partnership with Leeds Mind
1 in 4 people experience mental health difficulties at some point in their lives. Leeds Mind is there for you, whether you are experiencing mental health conditions such as depression or anxiety, or things that can impact mental wellbeing such as stress, bereavement, and loneliness.
Leeds Mind’s support is there for anyone who needs it. It offers counselling, peer support, social prescribing, employment support, suicide bereavement support, creative wellbeing activities, mental health training and more. Explore their website to find out more.
The Centre Management team are looking for local schools and colleges to work with to help young people develop the skills they need for work life. If this is something your school or college is interested in and would like to find out more information, please contact Louise.Rymer@incentive-fm.com
We are proud to support our local schools. In the last year we have sponsored the renovation of Smawthorne Henry Moore Junior School garden and sponsored a Student Incentive scheme at Castleford Academy High school.
If you are interested in applying for one of our community grants, please use the following link www.landsec.com/futures