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Vacancy - Administrative and Fundraising Assistant

December 2023

We are currently looking for a Administrative and Fundraising Assistant at HELP Counselling Services. The crucial role is supporting the day-to-day operations of our counselling charity. The primary focus will be to provide efficient administrative assistance and contribute to fundraising initiatives that sustain and enhance our vital counselling services. Join us in making a positive impact on our community's mental well-being. Together, we can make a difference.

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Coronavirus fund grant helps counselling charity tackle increase in stressed out mums

August 2020

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A COUNSELLING charity is warning that the full emotional toll caused by months of lockdown has yet to be seen – and stressed out mums could be the biggest sufferers.

Help Counselling Service, which provides affordable therapy for hundreds of people a year in west and north Wiltshire, has been awarded a grant from the Wiltshire Community Foundation’s Coronavirus Response and Recovery Fund to help cope with the rise in its caseload.

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A free mindfulness session

March 2020

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A Free Mindful session for your group or business.

Start the conversation, and invite positive mental health into your business or group. Invite us to visit your business and we will give your team a free session of Mindfulness as well as introduce the work we do.

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Appeal for more trustees

September 2019

HELP Counselling Services is looking for more people to join its team of five existing trustees who meet quarterly to discuss and give support to the charity.

Spokeswoman Amanda Wilkes said: "As a Trustee your enthusiasm, your insight, views and local contacts may be of great value to the charity and help it achieve its aims in continuing to support the community."

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Zurich Decoration Team

September 2019

Managing on a £44,000 a year budget, HELP Counselling Services is entirely self-funded and relies on donations from local businesses.

Mrs Wilkes added: "HELP has been extremely grateful for the enduring and regular support that Zurich Community Trust has given us over many years.

"As well as regular financial donations, a decorating team recently visited the HELP offices at Kestrel House in Mill Street to treat them to a much-needed makeover.

"Completed in less than a day, a team of decorators gave the HELP offices a brand new look."

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