ROCHDALE: 01706 342404

BOLTON: 01204 546130

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Click this link to watch a short film about the From My Place to Yours Project:     From My Place to Yours film

From my place to yours is an innovative, door to door online furniture recycling scheme, funded by The Big Lottery’s Help Through Crisis programme. It is an expansion of our Homeless Advice and Resilience Project. This  project is designed to provide a simple, hassle free service that benefits local people in hardship and those who want to help.

Who is it for?

Local people in hardship

Are you struggling to get all the items you need for your home?

Have you just moved into a new home after being homeless?

We can help you find the items you need for free and deliver it straight to you.

Click HERE to find out more.

Anyone with a little bit of spare time to help vulnerable households living in your community

The service relies on service users and community volunteers to run all aspects of the project, with the support of our Volunteer Co-ordinator. We welcome enquires from anyone who has a little spare time and enthusiasm for helping people in need. No experience is necessary.

Click HERE to find out more.

HOMELESS ADVICE AND RESILIENCE PROJECT

Here’s what some of our HARP service users say about The Bond Board:

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This is our original Big Lottery Funded Help Through Crisis partnership between The Bond Board and Petrus Rochdale. This project works to support disadvantaged and excluded private rented tenants and those without a home.

The service includes:

-Immediate practical assistance for people in crisis, such at those without a roof or food.

-Intensive 1-1 support for people.

-A Welfare Rights Service offering advocacy and representation with all benefit issues.

-Opportunities for service users to shape the services they receive and have their voices heard.

-An innovative, peer led Sustainable Livelihoods research project-supporting service users to take the lead in researching the issues and barriers they and others face and strategies to cope and move on.

People can self refer to the HARP project at the Bond Board offices, just drop-in or call 01706 342404.

 

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