We’re very proud to announce that our Grandmentors project has received another award nomination, this time for Nesta’s Good Help Award! Our inter-generational mentoring project was chosen from 300 applications as one of 19 finalists, all of whom have been chosen as exemplars of “good help”.

The Good Help Award celebrates teams and organisations that are supporting people to feel hopeful, identify their own goals and confidently take action to improve their lives.

We’re excited and honoured to have been shortlisted, and are looking forward to hearing more about the other 18 finalists, and sharing best examples of how good help can be offered across multiple sectors.

Winners will be announced on 13 September 2018. To find out more about how and why the Good Help Award was launched, visit the Nesta website.

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