Without the support of our funders, we could not continue to deliver our work. We are extremely grateful to the range of local and national trusts and foundations who help us to achieve our vision.
“It is not events, circumstances, or people that are the source of our well-being, it is our own created thoughts and beliefs that give us meaningful experiences from moment to moment. Realising this helps us to uncover our true identity, tap into our internal resilience, which in turn embeds a want to achieve our greatest potential in life.”
How you can get involved with Kennedy Street Recovery
There are many ways you can join and support Kennedy Street Recovery. Volunteering your time or expertise, becoming a Sponsor or Partner, or fundraising on our behalf. We really value your commitment to enabling us to change lives for the better.
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Hub notes #4 – June 11
Seven of us adults plus Asterix (the baby) were joined by Aura who gave us an hour of relaxation with Kundalini Yoga. We all enjoyed the experience - including Asterix who did a perfect posture without a mat.In the pic above you’ll see our little library table - we offer a...
Hub notes #3 – May 28
Sarah had been to a cocktail bar and had a delicious non alcoholic cocktail or mocktail. Deli had enjoyed a delicious virgin mojito at a restaurant and also shared her Slimming World recipe for fake Pimm’s. Lots of people had a ‘go-to’ delicious drink - often soda based in a...
‘Anonymous but not Invisible’ at the Houses of Parliament
Dan Carden, Labour MP for Liverpool, Walton, hosted the event. To hear him give a speech, and to have the opportunity to talk to him afterwards was inspiring. If you have not listened to the speech that he made during a Parliamentary debate then I urge you to do so. He is in...