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FoundationforChange
We are a charity that supports people with histories of drug/alcohol misuse to make long-lasting changes in their lives through education.
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FoundationforChange Apr 17
Lucy J bang on as ever...
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George Monbiot Mar 26
Advice please. I'm looking for the best examples of citizens' initiatives on the Covid19 crisis, pre-empting government action, from around the world. In other words, people working together to contain the pandemic and support each other through it. Thank you in advance.
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FoundationforChange Mar 30
While we play around with some ideas to support people in finding connection in these times of social distancing and self-isolation, we thought it'd be useful to share some great self-help and education resources compiled by : …/
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FoundationforChange Mar 23
Our thoughts go out to all frontline support workers in NHS hospitals, care homes, residential and community outreach teams providing life-saving services for the most vulnerable
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FoundationforChange Mar 23
Replying to @ShoreditchChurc
And to you! Thanks for all the services you provide to the community.
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FoundationforChange Mar 19
For those that are able to access and use the internet if isolating at home, here are some tips for effective online self-study - one of the options we look at with trainees towards the end of our courses: …/
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FoundationforChange Mar 19
Isolation can be anxiety-provoking and dangerous for some. At the same time, the need to avoid unnecessary social contact is a responsibility we all share. We took the difficult decision to end our courses early this week, but we'll continue to work and keep in touch remotely. 📞
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FoundationforChange Mar 13
Just one week left for the latest intake for our programme. Here's a snapshot of some of the feedback we've received from participants. Help us reach more women, find out out about our feminism work and donate at
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FoundationforChange Mar 13
Thanks for the mention We definitely can't take credit for the womanifesto - that's all the work of the women who take part!
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Deborah Price Mar 10
Thanks so much Mel that’s really kind of you! It’s a great cause and anything we can collectively do to push it out to others and fundraise for them would be so good.
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Mel North Mar 10
It sounds absolutely brilliant and I wish this was available countrywide, and in fact, for all women! is a bit of a warrior - I wonder if this is a project that would interest her? I’ve been browsing her SM and she’s fab!
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Mel North Mar 10
Great post from my hero for in support of who provide courses in philosophy, psychology and feminism for vulnerable women. What could be more healing+ empowering than that? Of interest I hope xx
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FoundationforChange Mar 11
In less than a week we've managed to raise almost £1000 towards are 10k target for our campaign! Thank you to all who have donated! We need your help to make this free programme accessible to more women. Find out more & DONATE NOW:
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Replying to @TotallyMoney
thank you again!
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Replying to @K_IngalaSmith
Thanks for the shout out
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Thanks for the mention and all your support
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Wow! A MASSIVE thank you for the shout out for our work and our feminism campaign in time for by the wonderful Deborah Price Find out more at
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Replying to @FDNforChange
Find out how you can support our work and donate now at:
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FoundationforChange Mar 9
Replying to @FDNforChange
explores the daily "triple shift" of waged, domestic and emotional labour women are expected to perform on a daily basis. It helps women make sense of the social & economic forces that hold them down – and offers tools to help them begin to change their lives.
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