Making a Donation to AWC-Counselling

Any amount however small will be an enormous help to us – you can make a donation by cheque or online.

Donate by Cheque – Please send your cheque made payable to Aire Wharfe & Craven Counselling:

Aire Wharfe & Craven Counselling, 1st Floor Cavendish Business Centre, 11-17 Cavendish Street, Keighley, BD21 3RB

If you would like an acknowledgment, please include your name and address.

Online donations – If you would like to make an online donation this facility can be accessed by clicking on the Donate Now button above.

Buying products from Amazon via Amazon Smile can help raises funds for AWC-C – follow the link and buy products from as usual, Aire Wharfe & Craven Counselling will benefit from your purchase at no extra cost to you.

In 2019  Keighley Town Council agreed to fund project work by AWC-C to provide access to longer term counselling for residents who have a range of complex needs which impact on their mental health. The council recognised a project needed longer term funding and agreed to fund the project for 3 years.  As we have no statutory grants or guaranteed income, through this award we have been able to provide approximately 182 hours of individual therapy.  Group work has been undertaken with 3 existing local organisations providing training and personal development opportunities in relation to anxiety and depression as well as communication and confidence skills.  It is only because of this funding that we have been able to reach so many people within the local community and we hope that this collaboration between the council and AWC-C, as a local community mental health service, will continue in order to benefit the most needy within our locality.

Due to the support through a grant award from The Craven Trust and from Margaret Calvert who has helped design update our leaflets we now have information that will help clients understand the work we undertake.  Please contact the office for details

Outcomes from evaluation and feedback from sponsored users contribute to shaping our service provision and where relevant, is tailored to meet cultural needs.

Awards for All – Thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund of £9778 which helped make a real difference to our Community Connections project. Participants aged over 55 years reported being more hopeful and better motivated living in a brighter future.

Sovereign supported us to deliver targeted interventions and opportunities that build users social engagement, confidence, integration into community life and the world of work.