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Vivo has chosen The Six Towns of Stoke-on-Trent to launch VivoMe.com, the world’s first social network to connect charities, organisations, people and communities in the common goal of doing and feeling good.
Commencing in September as a pilot, Vivo will bring together local schools, colleges and volunteering groups with charities and good causes such as Caudwell Children, YMCA, B-Arts, WEA and Brighter Futures and major organisations, including Stoke City Council, the NHS & YHA.
Participants will be rewarded with Vivo points for taking part in a variety of inspiring volunteering opportunities and initiatives for positive change – whether that’s giving up smoking, planting trees or standing up for a cause they believe in. Vivos can be redeemed online against great offers, gifts and exclusive experiences, provided by our partners.
Soon Vivo will connect people of all ages in all areas of society across the country, but for this pilot, just you and fellow volunteers from similar, forward-thinking local organisations, will be invited to prove ‘good’ can be SO rewarding. New opportunities and offers for you will be added every month, so do please keep logging in, to play a vital role in helping us grow the vision and shape the future.
Vivo. Be part of it.
Brighter Futures has already set up it’s very own Vivo page so if you want to get involved and start collecting points call Dave or Jonathan on 01782 406000 today!
On Saturday 18th May we will be holding a jobs fair at our head offices in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. If you are interested in finding out about working for us why not come along anytime between 11am - 4pm to meet the team? Please click on the file below for more information or contact our Human Resources Team on 01782 406000
From today people sleeping rough across Staffordshire and Shropshire will be able to get support from Brighter Futures Rough Sleeper’s Team. The service, which already operates in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle and Warrington, will support rough sleepers to find accommodation and to link in with other services which could help. The service will initially run for 6 months. Anyone who knows that someone is sleeping rough can contact the team on 0800 015 1464 (free from landlines and major mobile providers)
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