Grant to Neighbourhood Elders Team (360G-LeedCF-A635524)
The services and support required means we need to adapt our services to be more intergenerational and offer regular, sustainable support. Working with a wider range of agencies means our client base will continue to increase significantly. The database system is limited; for the sustainability and diversity of the organisation, we need a new system which can grow with us to enable us to confidently monitor and report performance for our funders. With a new database or CRM (Customer Relations Management) system, we would be able to confidently record essential information required by funders, and for our organisation, to develop our services and ensure we are GDPR compliant. Recording, storing, monitoring and analysing data is integral to identifying the needs of the community and essential to our resilience in taking our organisation in to the future.
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|Grant Programme: Code
|2022 January Resilience
|Grant Programme: Title
|Leeds Fund: Strategic Grants
|Primary age group
|Health, wellbeing and serious illness
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|Recipient Org: Description
|NET is a charity with over 25 years’ experience of supporting older people in their local communities, which include Garforth and the 12 surrounding villages of East Leeds. Our ethos is to reduce social isolation and promote inclusion, for both older people and their carers, Caring for ALL in the community. Our support covers advice, assistance, social activities, befriending, one to one support, friendship groups, events, outings, newsletters, educational and leisure activities. Our volunteer team, which includes our trustees, give a generous level of commitment and hands on service to the organisation, without which many of our activities could not run. Regular coffee mornings provide a great meeting place to make and be with friends. Our friendship groups allow people to make friends and enjoy a varied programme of social activities . We provide free confidential information and advice on a range of benefits, entitlements, services and facilities for older people. In more recent times our services have been extended to other age groups, as we try to support the more vulnerable in the community. We receive regular referrals from the LWSS Leeds City Council SharePoint, for food parcels, especially for families who are still struggling financially and emotionally in the after effects of the pandemic. We engage in conversation with individuals and families, offering information, advice and guidance to assist in their transition to self-reliance with sustainable outcomes and better mental health.
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