Our company annual report for 2015-2016 is now live to view online. If you would prefer a paper copy please do email firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming free health event at the Senior Citizens Hall in Macclesfield on the 30th January 10am-1pm! A chance to vocalise your thoughts on local health services and influence change! Come and have your say, grab some refreshments and have the opportunity to take home an Apple iPad in our prize draw! For more info please contact Mark Franklin on email@example.com
We are proud to announce that our Managing Director Yvonne Clarke has won a gold Stevie award for Female Innovator of the Year, under the category Government or Non-Profit at this years Stevie awards for women in business 2015
Today is the start of the first World antibiotic awareness week.
World Antibiotic Awareness Week aims to increase awareness of global antibiotic resistance and to encourage best practices among the general public, health workers and policy makers to avoid the further emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance.
We are thrilled to announce that Pathways Community Interest Company has won a Silver Stevie award for International Company of the Year (not for profit category)
Yvonne Clarke, Managing Director at Pathways said “It is brilliant to have achieved a silver Stevie award this year, which compliments the two Gold Stevies we won last year, for the HR Team of the Year and Female Entrepreneur. This is testament to how Pathways continues to strive to make the most difference we can make to the communities we serve, in order to improve health and wellbeing. We have only been able to do this by working in partnership with clients, communities, businesses, Local Authorities and the NHS.
The International Business Awards (Stevies) are the world’s premier business award programme. The 2015 IBSs received more than 3,700 nominations from organisations of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted this year. And the winners were selected by 200 executives from around the world.
As a 'winner' in the company of the year award, we have automatically been entered into the peoples choice award, the most 'prestigious' Stevie award available. In order for us to be in the running for the award, we need to collect more than 100 votes. We would be incredibly grateful if you could support us in giving just a minute of your time to register your vote athttp://favoritecompanies.stevieawards.com/default.cfm using the short code Z284W and selecting the not for profit / Government option
As Pathways Community Interest Company are one of only a few UK based companies to be shortlisted for the Stevie International Awards, we would be grateful if you could share the link throughout your networks (social media, email, websites etc) and encourage people to vote for us. We would be absolutely delighted to bring back home with us the People's Choice Award
On Wednesday 25th February we held our Exploring Solutions Conference, a national co-production conference to discuss good practice and share evidence in how to improve access, experience and outcomes for people from Black and Minority Ethnic communities with regard to mental health and employment.
Former Olympic athlete Diane Modahl opened the conference talking about her own struggle with mental health.
We would like to thank all of our speakers and everyone who attended, it was a great day!
" I would like to thank you and your team for the excellent conference you arranged last week, I found the day very interesting and it was an excellent opportunity to network " Conference Attendee
Today the Pathways CIC team had a lovely lunch together to celebrate our Fit For Work Advisor Jenna achieving her 5 year long service award. Well Done Jenna!
Our International health day held on the 24th January 2015 at Winnington Park Recreation Club was a great success. Over 40 members of the public attended to talk to our exhibitors and join in the fun activities we had scheduled throughout the day, such as: face painting, henna, health checks, arts and crafts and dancing.
We would like to say a big thank you to the organisations that had stands at our event (AGEUK Cheshire, Childrens Society, Making Space, Grozone, Vale Royal CCG and Biurokrat) all the performers we had (Olivia - Bhangra dancing, Maple Clouds band and AGEUK fitness session) and Agnieszka for providing face painting for the children, Shapla for providing Henna and The British Raj takeaway and Relish Tandoori restaurant for providing the food for the day.
Pathways Community Interest Company is hosting an international health day event on Saturday the 24th of January at Winnington Recreation Park in Northwich.
The event is being led by Pathways CIC's Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Health and Wellbeing Service's inclusion team, and designed to bring together international families and their friends living within Cheshire to celebrate health, wellbeing and multiculturalism of local residents.
The BME Health and Wellbeing Service is funded by NHS Vale Royal Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Chair Dr Jonathan Griffiths said 'NHS Vale Royal CCG are determined to ensure that our service users have a safe and positive healthcare experience when using our services. The International Health Day offers us a perfect opportunity to listen to your views and learn from your experiences, helping us develop services for the future’
The free event is scheduled to open its doors at 11am and will run until 2pm. There will be plenty of fun activities for the whole family, with arts, crafts and performances scheduled throughout the day.
Manager of Pathways CIC, Mark Franklin added ' The International health day will be a fantastic opportunity for local residents to learn more about health and wellbeing in general, we will provide an opportunity to talk to local services about good health and how it will benefit the whole family. We want to use the event to showcase the growth of diversity within Cheshire and celebrate multiculturalism. The event will be fun-filled for all the family'.
If you want to learn more about the event please contact Pathways CIC on 01270 617685 or email the BME inclusion team on firstname.lastname@example.org