Local charity benefits from national training

Triangulate, the Romsey-based charity working with employers to raise awareness of mental health issues in the workplace, has benefited from training specifically provided for small charities. Organised and delivered by the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) a two day roadshow was recently held at the Ark Conference Centre in Basingstoke. Pauline Broomhead, CEO of the FSI, started the days with an inspirational introduction on the difference small charities make in so many areas of our everyday life.

Triangulate trustee, Bridget Brook, attended a one day workshop aimed at helping charities measure the impact of the work they do and was delighted with the quality of the training which was provided free. She comments ‘we are often asked how we know if we’ve made a difference and this training gave us a range of techniques which we’ll be able to use into the future to ensure we continue to focus on what’s important for employers and individuals in Romsey.  In addition, Triangulate have been able to sign up to a fund-raising raffle which will be publicised around the town and which will provide much-needed funds to continue our work in the town.’

Women in front of pull-up banner

Bridget Brook, Triangulate; Pauline Broomhead, CEO FSI; and Nikki Tapley, Communicare in Southampton

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