LifeMOT has been awarded part of £612K grants that have been awarded to projects across the South West.
Amanda Hudson from LifeMOT said ‘We are delighted to have obtained this funding, it will give the local communities an opportunity to develop skills to cope with life’s ups and downs’ and learn how they can create a balanced healthy lifestyle.
Starting in January 2013 the 6 half day courses will be free to people on benefits. The Malabar Centre in Truro and The Dracaena Centre in Falmouth will both benefit from this grant.
LifeMOT is a local training company set up in April this year as a Community Interest Company by Amanda Hudson and Angela Coote. They came together because they discovered that they had complimentary experience in training and personal development for hard to reach groups or individuals and an enthusiasm to inspire and motivate people to achieve their goals.
The Big Lottery Fund is the largest distributor of National Lottery good cause funding across the UK. The Fund aims to enable others to make real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need.
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