The Macmillan Prevention and Re-enablement Project is looking to work with providers who organise creative, social and physical activities for over 55’s across Bristol.
Currently the project supports anyone aged 55+, who is a cancer patient, have previously had cancer, are bereaved, or a carer for someone with cancer.
The benefits of working with the project include:
- Training opportunities for staff and activity leaders
- The project has access to regular training opportunities that will support you in increasing your awareness on the benefits of older people being active during and after cancer treatment.
- Access to events
- The project runs regular Wellbeing Days that aim to showcase an array of activities and services from across the city. As an activity provider you will have the opportunity to showcase your activities and services at the events.
- Promotional Support
- We will promote your activities where appropriate to service users and at events that the project attends.
- Activities listed in Project Materials
- You will have exclusive advertisement of your activities in our project activity guide and on the ‘What’s on in your area’ section of our website.
- Part of the Macmillan Taster Token Scheme
- Activities that are listed within the Taster Token Scheme, allow attendees to attend up to 5 sessions for free. Please call the Macmillan Team for information on reimbursements.
Activity providers that we are working with include:
Bristol Charities, St Monica Trust, The Beehive Centre, Bristol Sport Foundation and Lockleaze Hub.
How do I get involved?
If you would like to find out more about working with the project, then please contact Sally Crocker, Project Manager on 0117 353 3042 or email email@example.com