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ProCare CPD in partnership with, Bridge 2 Aid .

Bridge 2 Aid

Across the developing world, people live in inescapable, excruciating pain because they lack access to emergency dental care. Bridge 2 Aid are a dental charity whose aim to provide emergency dental care in a world where over 70% of the populatrion do not have access to basic dental care. 

The ultimate goal of Bridge 2 Aid is to enable training in emergency dental care for Health Care Workers in all remote rural communities of developing countries. Their vision is a world free from dental pain.

Bridge 2 Aid train rural-based Health Workers in developing countries, providing them with the skills, equipment and resources that they will need to provide emergency dental care.

Bridge 2 Aid need your support (funds, time, resources and talent) to help them do this. Hopefully their website will provide you with the details you require in order to make your difference, and help Bridge 2 Aid find a way out of pain for millions of people currently living with no hope of treatment.

By eliminating pain and suffering we can improve both quality of life and livelihoods in a growing number of communities in the developing world.

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ProCare CPD in partnership with, Cathedral Archer Project.

Cathedral Archer Project

1980’s Sheffield was a decade of decline. Its industry reduced at an alarming rate leaving in its wake rising levels of unemployment, poverty and poor health.

 By 1989 Sheffield Cathedral had become a regular place of shelter for people who had nowhere else to go and nothing to do. The congregation responded by providing them with a basic breakfast.  Alan Turner, a Church Army Captain, was tasked with overseeing the breakfast and working with those who attended. The Archer Project quickly established itself as a city centre venue where homeless people felt welcome. What started as tea and toast served by members of the Cathedral congregation has developed and expanded into a holistic service designed to help homeless people to improve their lives.

In 2007 we moved in to our own purpose build premises within the Cathedral containing showers and laundry services, interview rooms for 1-1 work, a lounge area with computers, a professional kitchen, a medical room and an education/activity room. It has allowed us to work with many other agencies and provided a service of greater breadth and depth than we were previously capable of.

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