Start the new year as you mean to go on. Free & Confidential advice available on a wide range of issues just drop in at the Tree of Life centre for the Street Advice event and speak to an advisor.
We have currently three vacancies available at the Tree of Life Centre Wythenshawe. You can see more details and download the job descriptions and application form from our current vacancies page. http://www.treeoflifecentre.org.uk/wordpress/work-with-us/current-vacancies/
Please note that CV’s will not be accepted.
Celebrate Christmas at the Tree of Life Centre, please see poster for details.
Holiday Opening Times
We are open upto and including Friday 23rd December 2016, we then close for the Christmas break and we open again in the new year on Wednesday 4th January 2017.
We have over one hundred beds in various sizes. Kings, super king, doubles and queens. All under £45 each…. When they are gone they are gone, so hurry to the Tree of Life!
We would like to give a large heartfelt thank you to Wythenshawe Jobcentre who spent last week fundraising for the Tree of Life centre.
Their kind donation of food to our foodbank and the £75 cash donation are both greatly appreciated.
Manchester company, Verastar has kindly donated £500 to Wythenshawe community group, The Tree of Life Centre, as part of their Community Support Scheme which will help the centre’s IT suite and Job Club.
The Wythenshawe-based company has only recently set up its community support scheme which aims to help local charities and community groups within the local community who work on making an impact and improving the quality of life for local people.
The Tree of Life Centre aims to improve the lives of those most deprived living in the poorest areas of the community by running a range of projects to meet outlined goals. Projects range from volunteering and foodbanks to community re-paints and health and wellbeing classes alongside the new massage service.
A combination of poverty and the current climate of austerity means there is little in the way of support for those who have no access to computers or broadband, limited IT skills, are unemployed and have sporadic access to support from employment agencies. With Verastar’s financial donation, it will help the centre deliver IT support to those most in need in the Wythenshawe area.
The Tree of Life Centre Partnership Manager, Carys Roberts said: “We’re extremely grateful to Verastar for this funding. It will improve the lives of so many people in the community. We plan to use it towards our Job Suite computers. Last year the centre contributed to helping more than 1,500 people with IT skills, online applications and job searching. So this money will be extremely beneficial to the centre and our community members.”
COO of Verastar, Nicola Smith said: “We’re really pleased to be able to show our support for local initiatives and are proud that the money we’ve donated will help towards job seeking and employment opportunities.”
We are currently recruiting Volunteers and have a variety of roles available.
Please see the poster below for further details.
You can download a copy of this advert in PDF format by clicking HERE
A successful days PAT Testing training had by all at The Tree of Life Centre Wythenshawe.
Good to get together with other members of Cheshire Re-use Forum and increase the skills and expertise of our valuable volunteers.