Action Oldham Fund
Changes local lives by supporting smaller voluntary and community groups across the borough. Grants are giving to smaller volunteer-led organisations like our older people’s luncheon clubs, mental health self-help groups, disability sports groups and disadvantaged younger people. These small groups enhance health and wellbeing, rebuild lives affected by poverty, crime, isolation or unemployment.
Provides free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends, following the ideas about cancer care originally laid out by Maggie Keswick Jencks.
Maggie's Oldham is a place for people with cancer and their families and friends to and practical advice about benefits and eating well; a place where qualified experts provide emotional support and courses focused on getting started with cancer treatment and on practical tips and techniques to adjusting
Importantly, Maggie's is a place to meet other people in a similar situation to you or simply sit quietly with a cup of tea at our kitchen table. Maggie's Oldham is a really special place offering vital support to people affected by cancer.
A local charity organisation that uses sports, education, arts and community participation to help individuals achieve and become the best they can be.
Their vision is to contribute to creating a healthy, happy, culturally and economically vibrant Oldham. To empower and enable individuals and communities to be the best they can be, raise aspirations, remove barriers and enable people to be proud to belong to the Oldham community.
The Mayor is aware that during his year of office he will visit organisations within the borough whose needs become apparent to him at that time. He therefore wishes to reserve part of his charity total for those charities for whom a donation will make a big difference.
How to make a donation
All donations would be gratefully received and can be made direct to:
The Mayor's Office
Oldham, OL1 1UJ
Telephone: 0161 770 4012
Any cheques should be made payable to: The Mayor's Appeal Fund