Home page entry

August 22nd, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

Regenerate-RISE were invited to a lunch party at Templeton House in Roehampton and 80 local residents joined the Deputy Mayor of Wandsworth, Councillor Jane Cooper to a delicious lunch provided by the Feel Good Bakery and listened to music provided by young people.  It was a privilege to walk round the grounds on a beautifully sunny day  at the end of September.  Justine Greening MP joined us and everyone who attended really enjoyed their time.  A big thank you to Laura and David Rich-Jones for opening up their home to give us such a treat.

Regenerate-RISE is fundraising to build a 10 bed Reablement Unit in the heart of Putney to alleviate the bed blocking crisis that currently exists across the UK in the NHS.  If you would like to donate towards this, please go to the Just Giving page on this website.

If you are a local Company and would like to sponsor the new Centre, please contact us at

sw15@regenerate-rise.co.uk

       

 

 



 

 

Downloads entry

August 22nd, 2013

Download any of the policies below which are of interest to you:

Safeguarding Adults at Risk Policy

Safeguarding vulnerable adults is a priority for all our RISE projects.

Equal Opportunities Policy

Regenerate-RISE believes in equality within all aspects of our work.

Statement of Standards

Financial Policies and Procedures

Health and Safety Policy

Boundaries and Behaviour 2nd Revision

 

 

 

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August 20th, 2013

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Tester entry

August 20th, 2013

Regenerate-RISE. This is adding to the edit made by Mo just after midnight on August 27th.

Click this PDF document as a link.

Mo SmithBy making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. 005For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element.

Now this is a separate paragraph but the image from above appears to be hanging over – this is just an illusion and a quirk of how a WYSIWYG editor will typically operate. So, let’s see how that works before trying to upload an audio file.

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Now try to link to Mo’s word document.

Percussion_114By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element. By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element. By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element. By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element. By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element. By making the editor narrower and closer to the published page, hopefully this will allow the whole thing to run better. Here’s the example of a basic transition from the introduction to this article. The boxes below initially have an orange background, with the color set to change to green on :hover. For the first box no transition is specified, so the change occurs instantaneously. For the second box a transition with a duration of 5 seconds is specified, as such the change occurs smoothly over the given duration and automatically reverses when the mouse is moved off the element.

Donate right

August 19th, 2013

Kings and Queens 2018

Staff, Trustees and volunteers took part in the photo booth which had a background of London and free photos in frames were sent to all those who had their photograph taken.  The event was attended by 220 pensioners from the locality and was held in the presence of the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Jane Cooper.  The lunch was enjoyed by all and included cold beef and hot new potatoes with salad followed by home-made chocolate brownies (thank you Debbie Thwaites).  Entertainment was by Robbie and Grandpa’s Spells and the guests enjoyed a game of Bingo to raise funds for the new Reablement Centre.

On the Friday, we had a Fish and Chip lunch followed by chair-based dance exercises and Bluebird Care provided stalls with tombola, cakes and other items.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donate entry

August 19th, 2013

Donating money to RISE projects

Regenerate-RISE is grateful to individuals, trusts and companies that donate towards the work of RISE in the various projects across the UK. Your donation will make a real difference to the lives of older people.

Donation through Just Giving

justgivingRegenerate RISE has joined up with Just Giving to enable donations to be made quickly and easily online through a safe a secure website. JustGiving is the world’s leading platform for charity giving. Since its launch in 2001, it has enabled over 21 million people to raise £1.5 billion for over 13,000 charities and causes in radically new ways. Its job is to make giving and raising money for charity simple, social and rewarding. Through online and mobile it brings the best that technology has to offer to charities worldwide – which explains why more charities recommend JustGiving than any other online fundraising platform.

Please click here or on the Just Giving logo to visit our Just Giving page.

RISE Re-ablement Centre

With promised money and grants in process we will have £1,382,979 if our fundraising bids are successful.  However, we still have £1.3 million to raise as a minimum and are working hard to raise this by October 2018.

If you would like to be a history-maker and revolutionise the care of older people, please help us to build this Centre by giving us a donation to make the vision become a reality. Cheques made payable to Regenerate-RISE or through Just Giving with reference RRC.

If you would like to organise a fundraising event, pleasecontact us and we will support you.

 

Regenerate-RISE is a member of the Fundraising Regulator

 

 

 

Putney right

August 19th, 2013

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We are looking for new volunteers for our Adopt a Granny scheme and if you are interested please do email us – our address is on the Contact Page.  It does require the volunteers to keep in touch with us regularly as to when they are visiting and give a brief report after they have visited.  The scheme does help people not to feel so isolated and can include taking the client out for coffee or spending time in their home – at a time convenient to them.  It is great to see the  new friendships developing and know that even at the weekends, people are not on their own.  If you would like to join our scheme please do email us.

Kings and Queens 2015 Doris and volunteer dancing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dream Wall

Houses of Parliament (2)

We are also keen to help fulfil older peoples’ dreams and are looking for volunteers to help us with this.  This photograph shows the fulfilment of one person’s dream to visit the Houses of Parliament. 

The dreams include:

 

  • Horseriding
  • Shopping trip to Asda
  • Trip to the coast
  • Visit the National Theatre
  • Go to the Chelsea Flower Show
  • To go to the cinema
  • Go to patchwork classes
  • Group trip to the Theatre

It is so good to give our members something to look forward to and something to look back on.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Putney entry

August 19th, 2013

Programme of Activities

Our programme of activities changes every month and includes an outing every Tuesday to places of interest, pubs, garden centres etc. For our Christmas programme please click on the link below

Programme – June 2018 SW15

Lunches

Lunches are £5.50 in SW15 and are comprised of fresh meat and vegetables every day.  There is a variety – andLunch 2 the menu is not repeated in a cycle – so you can be assured that we take clients’ views and opinions very seriously.  There are alternatives if you don’t like the main course, eg salads, omelettes, fish, jacket potatoes and an alternative sweet of yoghurt, ice cream or fruit.  To view the Menu please click below.

Menu for June 2018

salad-to-take-homeOur catering staff are now providing a “Meal Deal” consisting of a Ham or Corned Beef Salad with a packet of crisps, yoghurt and a fruit drink at a cost of £5 for members to take home for their tea.  Alternatively they can have a Salmon Salad as a meal deal for £5.50

 

For further information on the service we provide please ring Simon on 020 8780 9330

the-feel-good-bakery-logoThe Feel Good Bakery has continued to supply sandwiches to a number of events and meetings at Regenerate-RISE.  We are also now raising money to be able to support the Tumani African Foundation to enable them to feed 40 older people for a month.  We have now been able to donate over £1000 to this project.

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August 19th, 2013

RISE Ealing has come to the end of its lottery funding and sadly is no longer open.  We had a great five years of serving the local community and are grateful to all the staff and volunteers for their commitment during that time.  Funding is really difficult to obtain to keep projects going – we always have to be thinking ahead of new ways to care for the elderly and maybe we will return to the borough of Ealing one day.  Overall we provided a service for 350 different people and were grateful for the opportunity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ealing entry

August 19th, 2013

RISE in Ealing

We are very grateful to Northolt Park Baptist Church for allowing us to continue renting the office with a view to returning at some stage.  As you will see on the right hand side of this page, it is unlikely that we will be returning in the near future but a huge thank you to Northolt Park Baptist Church for the hire of the premises while the project was open and also continuing to rent the office to us.

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