Posts Categorized: Funding

Edward Gostling Foundation Visit

Renu Ghale, Grants Manager and colleague Julie Stearn from the Edward Gostling Foundation visited Relate Mid Thames and Bucks at 4 Marlow Road Community centre to meet with Relate MTB Chair – Janice Campbell, Relate Counsellor – Petra Booth, Relate Centre Director – Fiona Greenfield and RBWM Councillor – Phil Haseler. Edward Gostling has awarded… Read more »

Edward Gostling Foundation funds sessions for Berkshire cancer patients

Relate MTB is able to provide a limited number of funded counselling sessions for cancer patients in Berkshire thanks to a grant from The Edward Gostling Foundation (www.edwardgostlingfoundation.org.uk). Caroline Kendall, EGF’s Operations Director said: “The Edward Gostling Foundation is delighted to support Relate MTB with a grant to help to support people with a diagnosis… Read more »

A New Programme For Parents

Relate MTB is working in partnership with Tavistock Relationships as part of the Parenting Together Support Programme for people living in Buckinghamshire.  Funding is  provided by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) and is available for two years from 2019-2021. Sessions are free to couples who are together or separated who have children, workless families will be… Read more »

SWAMI 2019

On Saturday 27th July Relate Mid Thames and Bucks took part in this year’s Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead Community Initiative SWAMI 2019.  Relate MTB set up a stall alongside 20 other stall holders all local community organisations and charities.  Relate MTB showcased it’s recent funding from The Edward Gostling Foundation – a grant to support people living… Read more »

Thanks to the Louis Baylis Trust

Maidenhead’s Louis Baylis Charitable Trust has awarded £2,000 towards the cost of maintaining our excellent standards of relationship counselling for local people. The grant will help to provide CPD (Continuing Professional and Development) and training to our team of counsellors in 2019-2020. Our annual programme of CPD and training ensures that clients continue to benefit… Read more »

Funding for new Mobile Information Stand

Thanks to the NHB Micro Grant we received from Aylesbury Vale District Council, Relate MTB has a smart, mobile information stand that we can take out to local events and meetings. It enables us to reach out into communities to share the wide range of counselling available to local people and the many ways that… Read more »

Thank you to Kop Hill Climb

    A record-breaking year for the popular Kop Hill Climb Festival will benefit Relate MTB clients thanks to a donation by the organisers to our Bursary Funding Scheme. The Kop Hill Climb is held in September in the Chiltern Hills, featuring cars, motor bikes, fair rides, music and a thrilling soapbox kart race – all… Read more »

Prince Philip Trust supports Relate MTB

The Prince Philip Trust Fund is supporting relationship counselling for local couples and families with a £1,000 grant towards providing a counselling room in Windsor for Relate Mid Thames and Buckinghamshire (Relate MTB). Comedy actor and broadcaster Tim Brooke-Taylor OBE, President of Relate MTB, thanked Trustee and Treasurer Ross Wilson when they met counsellors at… Read more »

Chiltern District Council Grant Award

The difference Relate MTB makes to local residents and communities has been recognised with a grant of £1,260 from Chiltern District Council. We are committed to providing high quality relationship counselling and those who are unable to pay can apply for support from our Bursary Funding Scheme. Currently 17% of sessions we deliver are partly… Read more »

Huge help from a world in miniature

Bekonscot Model village is a miniature world that makes a huge difference and Relate MTB is delighted to be one of the many local charities and good causes that it supports, through the Roland Callingham Foundation. The late Roland Callingham created Bekonscot, the world’s oldest and original model village and railway set in the 1930s,… Read more »