We are adding this new feature, please feel free to download if you want. We will be adding a Newsletter page soon that will archive all the newsletters. Aftermath Support Newsletter Issue 1 Thanks: the Aftermath Bloggers
We are currently seeking people who have an interest in supporting road crash victims for a Merseyside course due to start in September. This opportunity would suit anyone who is over 25 and a good listener; non-judgemental and able to communicate with people of all ages and backgrounds. Previous experience of working with vulnerable people and/or evidence of the above skills would be an advantage.
On 4th October Julie and I attended the Lancashire Police Open Day at Hutton H.Q. We had a stall next to our colleagues from Brake (Shane Bates and his Family) and had the opportunity to talk to the public and Lancashire Police Officers. Thanks for inviting us and congratulations on a well organised event!
With thanks to Granada Reports for allowing us to add this clip taken from their programme on 1st July 2015
Hi Everyone, JustGiving are going to award £1000 to the charity that receives the most votes, making it the Charity of the Year. We would be very grateful if you would take the time to vote for us and pass this on to your friends and colleagues. Help us to provide support for people coming to terms with the trauma of a road collision. Many thanks Jackie, Julie, Tim and …Read More
Operation Brookdale Launches 1st July Aftermath Support attended the launch of Operation Brookdale on 1st July, tackling anti-social use of scrambler bikes and off road vehicles. Having years of experience supporting victims of collisions we are wholeheartedly behind their project to protect innocent members of the community
We would like to take the opportunity to thank Hannah for being brave enough to do a skydive for’ aftermath.’ Hannah’s Dad was in a fatal car crash and she took part in the skydive, in May, to raise awareness of our charity and the support we offer. Many thanks to all the people who sponsored Hannah and helped her to raise £430.00 to help us to support other families going …Read More
RoadPeace NorthWest are holding a Remembrance Day in honour of all Road Crash Victims. It will take place on 31st August at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral at 1pm. Anyone affected by a road collision is invited to attend.
On 27th June Baroness Newlove, Victims’ Commissioner for England & Wales, visited Aftermath Support at their office in Bromborough. We discussed support for road collision victims and the valued service we offer. Baroness Newlove said “Road collisions can have a devastating impact on victims and their families. I was deeply moved and impressed by the excellent work and dedication of staff and volunteers at Aftermath Support. By providing victims with emotional and practical support such …Read More
Have just trained some more volunteers in Merseyside to help us to help you!