The 36-page cracker is an absolute must for anyone affected by disability and ill health.
There are even THREE fantastic competitions – a £553 Christmas hamper from Birkenhead-based Park; £1,000 worth of tickets for Rumours of Fleetwood Mac’s ten North West venue gigs; and SIX new apple trees.
You can help the charity by becoming a subscriber. For a suggested £15 donation you will get the next SIX issues sent direct to your home – or to a friend or relative. Cheques, please, payable to All Together NOW!
The charity is based at the Bradbury Centre, Youens Way, Liverpool L14 2EP.
We’re going places now . . .
A NEW delivery van, some fantastic cash donations, and three new trustees determined to help drive forward your FREE award-winning All Together NOW! charity paper.
It’s the perfect start for the paper’s next decade!
Liverpool public relations gurus Jon Brown and Joel Jelen – together with my lifelong friend, Phil Wellings – have come on board to make All Together NOW! better than ever.
Jon, a director with Influential PR, and Joel, who set up Ubiquity PR 14 years ago, have been big fans of the paper since it was launched in May 2005.
Jon, who is a former deputy editor of the Echo and ex-head of multi media at Trinity Mirror North West, said: “All Together NOW! is a great example of how the media can really make an impact on people’s lives.
“Every edition is bursting with news and information that so many people affected by disability and ill health just can’t access anywhere else.
“My goal is to help the charity to develop more relationships with some of the region’s leading organisations.”
Joel said: “This is a great opportunity for the charity to build and expand its reputation – and especially among target supporters and sponsors.
“I’m obviously proud to be involved – and determined that All Together Now maximises its potential.
“It is by far one of the most comprehensive media platforms covering disability, health and wellness in the UK. Let’s recognise this even more and help it grow.”
Phil Wellings is a former high-ranking officer with Cheshire Constabulary, who went on to serve as a Coroner’s Officer at Warrington before retiring last year.
He knows all about the restrictions that disability can place on individuals and families.
“I am really looking forward to working with the charity,” he said. “All Together NOW! is doing a very worthwhile job, which is recognised throughout the region. I am hoping that I too will be able to make a positive contribution to this fantastic project.”