Wellington Community Trust opened its first ever round of funding aimed at enhancing capability throughout the not for profit sector in our region: LIFT.

MIX jumped at the chance to implement some further continued professional development training into the team, and applied.

We were successful for organisation-wide training. Our grant focused on further supporting our core aim of improving mental wellbeing. The grant was awarded for Mental Health 101 training and facilitation training.

Fiona at MIX thanks Wellington Community Trust saying, “Everything that we deliver is face to face, person to person. These core skills of boosting our best practice in supporting those experiencing mental health conditions and facilitating intentional courses and workshops will in turn, support what matters most at MIX: the participants.”

We’d like to thank Wellington Community Trust for supporting MIX’s professional development goals – here’s to keeping learning!

To find out more about the fund, visit WCT’s website: http://wct.org.nz/funding-2/our-grants/lift-grants/

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