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Thanet Community Support Partnership scoops £50k award to tackle loneliness

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A Thanet project to combat loneliness and isolation is one of five across the UK to scoop a £50,000 award.

Thanet Community Support Partnership (TCSP), part of Kent Coast Volunteering, was picked from 200 charities to pilot a new approach to age-friendly, inclusive volunteering.

The project has received funding from the Centre for Ageing Better and Department for Digital Culture Media and Sport in order to marry up TCSP’s flagship central referrals service, which helps the isle’s older residents access the support and leisure services they need, with the charity’s volunteer outreach service, which matches individuals with volunteering roles within the Thanet community.

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A Thanet project to combat loneliness and isolation is one of five across the UK to scoop a £50,000 award. Thanet Community Support Partnership (TCSP), part of Kent Coast Volunteering, was picked f…

 

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