Carers Week 2017 seminar successfully held on 12 June

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Carers Week 2017 seminar successfully held on 12 June

CWT celebrated this year’s Carers Week with a seminar which is the first of its kind to have been organised within the Chinese community in the UK. Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlighting the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK...

Chinese Welfare Trust Carers Week Seminar 2017

Monday, 12 June 2017

Chinese Welfare Trust Carers Week Seminar 2017

Chinese Welfare Trust Carers Week Seminar : The State of Caring Towards Building a Supportive Community for the Wellbeing of the Elderly and their Carers

Monday 12 June 2017

Chinese Community Centre, 2 Leicester Court, London WC2H 7DW

Time: 4.30 pm - 6.30pm

Price: £15 (including refreshments)

Bookings: cwtcarersweek2017.eventbrite.co.uk

A Night of Music 2017

Thursday, 23 February 2017

A Night of Music 2017

Chinese Welfare Trust Presents A Night of Music

Thursday 23 March 2017

St Lawrence Jewry Church, Guildhall, London, EC2V 5AA

Doors: 6.45pm

Starts: 7.00pm

Price: £20 / £30

Bookings: cwtconcert.eventbrite.co.uk

Chinese New Year Cultural Fair 2017

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Chinese New Year Cultural Fair 2017

Mark the Year of the Rooster in 2017 with style and fun! Come along to a celebration event put on by the Chinese Welfare Trust for an auspicious beginning of the lunar Chinese new year. It promises to be a cultural feast of the senses. Experience the elegance of a tea ceremony, immerse in Chinese music played on a plucked string instrument with more than 2,500-year history, and witness the art of Chinese calligraphy unfolding in front of your eyes. We will also have a range of craft and fun stalls, so there is something for everyone. What’s more, it’s all for a good cause: all proceeds will go to support the charitable work of the Trust to help vulnerable Chinese elderly in the UK....

Interview with Health Trainer Ms Joanna Yeung

Tuesday, 06 December 2016

Interview with Health Trainer Ms Joanna Yeung

Among the many direct services provided by the local authority and the NHS to our elderly service users, there is one area that is related to enhancing the wellbeing of the individual and thereby improving health outcomes. This service is delivered by the Health Trainer, and we recently talked to Joanna Yeung, a Chinese-speaking health trainer who works within the community about her work. ...

Benefits Re-instated For a Long-term Disabled Chinese Man After Intervention by Chinese Welfare Trust

Sunday, 20 November 2016

We have in the past few months dealt with a complex case that involved a vulnerable disabled man being put through a benefits system that negatively impacted on his wellbeing...

Co-Chair of CWT, Merlene Toh Emerson Awarded MBE at Queen’s Birthday Honours

Tuesday, 01 November 2016

Co-Chair of CWT, Merlene Toh Emerson Awarded MBE at Queen’s Birthday Honours

On 27 October 2016, Co-Chair of CWT, Merlene Toh Emerson was presented with an MBE at Buckingham Palace by HRH Princess Anne for “political and public service” ...

Charity Gala - special performance of the new musical Marco Polo at the Shaw Theatre

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Charity Gala - special performance of the new musical Marco Polo at the Shaw Theatre

Many thanks to the guests who supported a Charity Gala on 11 August at the Shaw Theatre featuring the performance of the new musical Marco Polo. Rich in historical significance, this enchanting musical was the first of its kind to reimagine the life of the adventurer Marco Polo for the London stage...

Fund-raising Event in the House of Lords

Friday, 12 August 2016

Fund-raising Event in the House of Lords

We organised our first fund-raising event in 2016 entitled Post #EURef Drinks and Discussions amidst the backdrop of momentous changes in the UK’s political history.

Information and Awareness Raising Events – The Care Act 2014 and Carer’s Assessment

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Information and Awareness Raising Events – The Care Act 2014 and Carer’s Assessment

In recognition of the indispensible contributions made by carers to their families, friends and the wider community, Chinese Welfare Trust organised two community information events as our show of effort in supporting this year’s National Carers Week in June...

Marco Polo, An Untold Love Story A New Musical Charity Gala

Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Marco Polo, An Untold Love Story A New Musical Charity Gala

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Thursday, 11 August at 7pm

The Shaw Theatre, 100-110 Euston Road, London NW1 2AJ

Be one of the first to see an enchanting new musical that tells the story of what could be one of the great untold romances of all time, while supporting the good work of five key charities.

Post EU Referendum Fundraising Reception at House of Lords

Thursday, 07 July 2016

Post EU Referendum Fundraising Reception at House of Lords

 

Date: Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Time: 6pm - 8pm

Venue: House of Lords

Dress Code: Lounge Suit

Price: £38 Online Bookings

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London Chinese Community Forum

Monday, 02 May 2016

London Chinese Community Forum

On 29th April Chinese Welfare Trust took part in the London Chinese Community Forum attended by more than twenty London-based Chinese community organisations held at China Exchange. It was a much-needed discussion platform aiming to address some of the most pressing challenges facing Chinese community organisations today. 

CWT celebrates International Women's Day with Chinese elders

Thursday, 10 March 2016

CWT celebrates International Women's Day with Chinese elders

On Monday 7th March CWT had the pleasure to celebrate International Women's Day at a lunch gathering with more than sixty older Chinese people in Ho Ming Wah Community Centre in Charing Cross...

Chinese care worker May Hung works closely with Chinese Welfare Trust

Thursday, 10 March 2016

Chinese care worker May Hung works closely with Chinese Welfare Trust

There is an increasing awareness in society today that both paid and unpaid carers need far more recognition and support than what they are currently getting. Whilst there are a variety of voluntary organisations in the UK that are already doing a lot of good work in supporting carers in the general population, we at the Chinese Welfare Trust believe that there is a need to raise awareness of the specific support needs of Chinese carers within our community. We want to help make a case to improve their welfare as well as the care quality of the vulnerable elderly they look after. With this in mind, our Project Co-ordinator Joe Hung spoke to a Chinese care worker who he has regular contact with and gained an insight into the work of being a carer...

 

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