It has been 100 days since lockdown began and in that time a huge amount has changed. Like everyone we have faced difficult times and tough decisions. But we have also found new creative ways of doing things. We have formed new partnerships and strengthened existing ones. We have continued to provide help and support for some of the most vulnerable people in society and despite all the uncertainty we have grown as an organisation.

We haven’t done this alone. Here we want to pay tribute to just some of the people who have worked with and supported us through this challenging time. So in the form of a poorly prepared acceptance speech at the Oscar's we would like to say an incredibly huge thank you to…

Our colleagues from other fantastic VCS organisations including Manor and Castle, Zest and Heeley Development Trust, the Cellar Trust and Keighley Healthy Living 

Look North for coming to film and share our work

In Sheffield…

VAS (Voluntary Action Sheffield) 

ASK4 Broadband for providing isolated people with internet

Fareshare for continuing their deliveries of food

Radio Sheffield for highlighting recovery stories

In Keighley…

Josh and The Salvation Army

CABAD and Soo Nevison for giving us a bus!

Jonathon Hayes and his team at the Local Area Office

Arshid from Green Crescent Aid UK and Project Smile

Lyn and Ju who have sewed 110 masks and  laundry bags for us

Keighley Youth Services

Usman from the In Touch Foundation

Shah Jalal Mosque

Andy Maddison at Public Health England

CCG and Embed

Morrison’s

Marks & Spencer’s

Aldi

All the local businesses who donated food and other essentials

Bradford Talking Media for supplying tablets for people to connect to support

Feeding Bradford

To those who have so generously raised funds on our behalf…

Oscar Humphries

Dr Brendan Kennedy

Keighley Rotary club

To funders...

West Yorkshire PCC

South Yorkshire Community Fund

Children in Need

Clothworkers

Martin Lewis

and to...

Airedale General Hospital Bradford Royal Infirmary for supporting us

Public Health in Doncaster, including Andy Collins and Rupert Suckling for being so welcoming.

Tom Ratcliffe and Modality

Sam from CGL for helping us get the NEX up and running

Every single member of Project 6 Staff, Volunteer and person using our serivces 

 

There are many, many more

Thank you 

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Who We Are:

Project 6 is an award winning voluntary sector drug and alcohol charity based in Keighley, West Yorkshire. We are a harm reduction and recovery focused service working to help people reduce the risks associated with substance misuse and we offer support to users of drugs and alcohol and their relatives and carers.

Airedale Voluntary Drug and Alcohol Agency trading as Project 6 is a registered charity number 1173006 and a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales number 3430925

Contact Us

(01535) 610180

info@project6.org.uk

www.project6.org.uk

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