Charities - Supporting Our Local Organisations

We have a wealth of inspirational charitable organisations in Milton Keynes who rely heavily on the good nature and support of the local community.

I have been fortunate to meet many wonderful individuals who work tirelessly for local and national charities and I am always amazed by their dedication and commitment.  Their actions do make an immeasurable difference to peoples lives, whether it be running in a marathon or just sitting listening to children reading in a classroom.  

There are a diverse range of voluntary opportunities in Milton Keynes and if you are looking to get involved contact https://communityactionmk.org/ for more information.

 

News

Let’s work together to solve one of our biggest challenges

We will all be aware of the growing numbers of families who are homeless and those people who are sleeping rough in Milton Keynes. Having dealt with many cases through our offices, we know it has become a pressing issue.

MK50 Thank You

Both Iain Stewart MP and I hosted a “Thank You” reception last night to recognise the volunteers in Milton Keynes who have and continue to make an enormous contribution to our local community.

One Stop Shop for Homeless

I am pleased to see the ‘one stop shop’ has become a reality. Rough sleeping is now a pressing issue in MK and we need to work together to address it. I have been actively supporting initiatives across the city and I am determined to continue to play my part.

£3M Funding Pot - Apply Now!

I'm urging MK charities and community groups to apply for their share of a massive £3 million funding pot.

People’s Postcode Lottery’s Dream Fund is looking for charities to apply for funding to bring their dream project to life.

Homeless Initiative Hits the Road

The Bus Shelter MK has acquired a double decker bus, fitted out to provide year round temporary shelter for up to 16 people, offering a warm, safe place to sleep, washing facilities and access to support.

Tools That Change Lives

Think again! Don't throw out those old, unwanted hand tools!

On a visit to local charity, Tools for Self Reliance (MK), I met with Steve Brewer Project Manager and Chairman John Moffoot.