Our team were delighted to be awarded joint winners (with Eastbourne Foodbank) in the Charity of the Year category.
… many thanks to the Rotary Club of Eastbourne for their kind donation to our funds. Cheque presented to Ray Dadswell by President Christine Haniver and Past President David Garlick.
After over 20 years at 17 Gildredge Road, we are moving. We will be closed at Gildredge Road 24th-28th June as we pack up and move. From 2nd July our main office will be at 6 Saffrons Road, Eastbourne BN21 1DG (round the corner from the Eastbourne Town Hall).
Our telephone number remains the same: 01323 431289
Our reception email remains the same: email@example.com
We will continue to run the same range of services (although there may be minor disruption while we settle in to our new premises). We look forward to continuing to support jobseekers with all aspects of job searching, training and career development from our new home.
Congratulations to Councillor Steve Wallis on being chosen as Eastbourne’s Mayor for the coming year. We are delighted that Steve has chosen People Matter to be his chosen charity for his mayoral year.
congratulations to Plummer Parsons for winning the fundraising quiz on 22 May! The event raised a total of £160 for People Matter – thank you to Harte Read for organising, for Cru restaurant for hosting and to everyone who attended
many thanks to The Bloom Factory for hosting this fundraising event. Looks like everyone had a ‘bloomin’ good time and raised much needed funds.
we’ve got it …….. Matrix accreditation for another 3 years, for the information, advice and guidance we give through the National Careers Service contract
to Eastbourne Rotary for their fundraising. President David Garlick presented a cheque for £425.oo to Ann our CEO.
… we are pleased to have received the Business Women Excellence Award 2018 recognising our work helping jobseekers
… we are delighted that just over £500 was raised for our funds. Many thanks to Waitrose and to all the shoppers who supported us.
… we have been selected as one of the 2018 Business Women Excellence Awards – Sussex Edition finalists in the Community Spirits Award category
We are delighted to have won the category for Training and Development at the Eastbourne Business Awards 2018.
Thanks to everyone who supported us – we’ll keep working hard to provide information, advice and guidance to local jobseekers.
On 26 October, we held our most recent Client Forum. Several clients enjoyed tea and cake and shared their experiences of using our services. They also gave some helpful suggestions for improvements which we will consider. As an organisation we value feedback because it helps us to examine and evaluate our practice.
we are pleased that Waitrose, Old Town, Eastbourne has chosen People Matter as one of the charities nominated to benefit from this scheme during November. Please support us by shopping and posting your token for People Matter. The more tokens, the bigger donation we’ll receive …
… a beginner’s guide to starting your own business. Written by Jane Bwye our Client Adviser, specialisist in providing advice and support to jobseekers thinking about starting their own business. Copies of this step-by-step guide are available from our office and with proceeds from sales supporting People Matter.