Congratulations to Steve, our volunteer of the month for May 2017.
Steve has been a loyal Volunteer at the Tree of Life for many years now and is a hardworking and very friendly guy (with a wicked sense of humour) who brings a smile to everyones face with his cheerful outlook on life.
Described as “The Salt of the Earth” he has been nomimated by his colleagues for the time and committment he gives to the Tree of Life and also because he makes wonderful brews and toast for everyone each morning!
Thank you for all the work you do Steve and also the fun you bring to the centre.
If you’re looking for work and keep applying for jobs but never hear anything back then you should attend the Job Application Forms Skills workshop we are holding at the Tree of Life Centre on Tuesday 20th June. Although you may think you already know how to fill in a job application form you would be suprised at how many application forms we have seen that are incomplete or haven’t been filled in correctly. A correctly filled out job application makes all the difference in obtaining that all important job interview. If you wish to attend then you can let us know in person, by phone or by email if you would like to attend. Details are on the poster below.
Well Done Mandi..Voted Volunteer of the Month April 2017
Thank you for being so helpful
Thank you for being selfless
Thank you for volunteering
Your actions are priceless.
Many thanks to Beever and Struthers for their generous Easter donation and their continued support for us and the good people of Wythenshawe
Congratulations to Alma, our volunteer of the month for March 2017.
Alma has been a volunteer at our centre for many years, she is an extremely caring, kind and loyal lady who brings a ray of sunshine to the Tree of Life.
Well done Alma from Everyone at the Tree of Life Centre.
The Tree of Life Centre is holding a Job Application Forms Skills workshop on Monday 24th April. Places are limited so either let us know in person, by phone or by email if you would like to attend. Details are on the poster below.
Congratulations to our Volunteer of the month for February Robert Heslop
Rob was nominated by his colleagues for all his continued hard work and commitment to the Tree of Life Centre, nothing is too much trouble for Rob, he truly is a superstar!
As many of you are aware a Tree recently fell on the Tree of Life, we’re glad to report that the Tree of Life Centre is now 95% open.
The following services are now available:
• Bed Room
• Clothes Room
• Main Hall + Café
• Community Repaint
• Health & Wellbeing
• Wardrobes & Other Furniture Room
• Food Bank
Unfortunately the I.T. Suite and Book area remains closed for the time being due to health & safety reasons, we will keep you informed of any progress
Unfortunately a large tree has fallen on to the roof of our building which has caused significant damage, thankfully no one was injured. On advice from the Fire Service we have had to close the food bank, bric-a-brac, clothes room, bed room, IT Suite, health & wellbeing and community repaint until the damage is adequately rectified.
Until further notice only the furniture warehouse and community café is open to the public.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
All collections and deliveries will operate as normal.