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  1. Building Better Opportunities programme announcement

    Greater Manchester awarded £9.7m to improve health and unemployment

    Greater Manchester is to benefit from £9.7m over the next three years to tackle poverty and improve people’s skills and health to help them back into employment and training.

    The money from the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund’s Building Better Opportunities project has been awarded to Manchester Athena’s Motiv8 programme which will be delivered by five housing providers across the region.

  2. Question about your tenancy? Handing your keys in?

    Housing officers that were based at our UCAN centres in Deane, New Bury, Johnson Fold and Tonge Moor have moved to our Valley House office.

    Now you can phone the same 01204 328000 number for housing enquiries as you would do for general enquiries or repairs. You can also access a range of tenancy information and services on our website. Click here for contact details of different services.

  3. Free community celebration and fun day.

    The Building Bridges project have coordinated a free community celebration and fun day.
    Saturday 6 August
    1pm - 4pm
    St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Tonge Moor Road BL2 3BJ.

  4. Count on us for money advice

    Count on us for money advice

    We have a team of money advice mentors who can offer you free, confidential and independent advice on a full range of money matters.

    If you have money worries, we know that asking for help is not always easy. Trust that we can support you every step of the way, through drop-in sessions, arranged appointments or over the phone.

    To give an insight into the depth of support we can offer you, we spoke with Claire Southern about her role with the team ...

  5. Four Seasons Unite receive £300 grant from Duchy of Lancaster

    Four Seasons Unite cash boost

    Fundraising residents living in supported housing in Bolton have received a £300 grant, which helps their efforts to bring communities together.

  6. Business in the Community Responsible Business Awards 2016

    National recognition for helping local people into work

    Our work programme to get people paid jobs with our organisational partners has won a major 'responsible business' award.

  7. Carlene Evans visits orphaned and disabled children in Malawi

    Carlene makes history with Malawi mission

    Carlene Evans, from Farnworth, will become the first woman with a disability from the ‘western world’ to carry out mission work at a children’s orphanage and disability centre in Malawi.

    Carlene is a welfare officer at The Well on Trafford Street and a board member at Bolton at Home. As a volunteer with Passion For Jesus (PFJ), she will spend the next 10 days working to make a difference to the lives of children and families in Blantyre.

  8. St Georges Court - Open day

    St George's Court open day: Thursday 16 June 2016.

    Retirement apartments to rent.

  9. Bolton at Home named a finalist in Responsible Business Awards

    Bolton at Home named a finalist in Responsible Business Awards

    Our work programme to get people paid jobs with our organisational partners is a finalist in the 2016 Responsible Business Awards, the UK’s longest running and most prestigious awards championing responsible business.

    We’ll now compete with McKinsey and Company, PwC and the Waites Group for overall winner in the category of ‘employment for excluded groups’.

  10. Hoot, Bolton MoneySkills and Bolton Council win best antipoverty partnership award

    Stronger together

    Congratulations to our colleagues at Hoot credit union, Bolton MoneySkills and Bolton Council’s Local Welfare Provision. They've won 'best partnership' at this year's annual Institute of Money Advisers Awards, for their joint antipoverty initiatives to help Bolton's financially excluded community.

  11. Her Majesty the Queen honours Xplode Magazine

    Her Majesty the Queen honours Xplode Magazine

    Congratulations to all involved at Xplode Magazine, who work across the UK assisting 12 to 22 year olds with their employability skills. They’ve been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.

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