May 09 Newsletter (04/05/2009)
Disabled Workers Co-operative eNewsletter
Dear May 09 Newsletter
Welcome to the May 2009 Disabled Workers eNewsletter. If you no longer wish to receive the newsletter, please use the link at the bottom of the page.
CHARD TO LYME REGIS Sponsored Walk - 15.5 Miles
The Rotary Club of Chard have organised a 15.5 mile sponsored walk on Sunday 17th May 2009, starting at 10:00am at Chard Guildhall and finishing at The Square, Bridge Street in Lyme Regis which will help the Disabled Workers Co-operative raise much need funds. We are vert greatful to the Rotary Club of Chard for giving us this opportunity.
You can sponsor me to do the walk online with paypal here: Support us, or return the attatched pleadge to me.
You are welcome to join us in the walk and help raise money for the Disabled Workers Co-operative. Please email me at neil @disabledworkers.org.uk and I will send a sponsorship form to you.
Local disabled workers fulfilling local needsOn-line database of the skills, services and products disabled people have to offer. Disabled entrepreneurís are able to register the skills, products or services they have to offer FREE on the Disabled Workers Database. Use the Disabled Workers Database to find a disabled worker near you who is able to provide you with the service you are looking for.
New services offered on the Disabled Workers Database
|Technology One||Computer services|
|DCHA Services||Cleaning Services|
|Sam's creations||Website Design|
|Disability Claim Management||Legal services|
New suppliers are always welcome on the Database to enable us to offer more services in more areas. If you know of any disabled entrepreneurs who have a skill, product or service they wish to promote, please let them know about the Disabled Workers Database, remembering to tell them it is FREE.
The Disabled Workers e-Jobs Portal gives employers the opportunity to actively encourage more disabled applicants by promoting their vacancies FREE directly to disabled jobseekers.The e-Jobs Portal gives disabled Job Seekers a way of entering the job market by searching and apply for jobs on-line in the confidence that their applications will be taken seriously.
Sharing informationThe Disabled Workers Co-operative website is a resource that can be used to find information and answer questions about disability and employment.Latest Topics
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! If you are able to support our worthwhile project, please visit here. http://www.disabledworkers.org.uk/SupportUs.asp The Disabled Workers Co-operative receives no central or government funds and is dependent on donations to keep its projects going. If you have found our services useful please consider supporting the work we are doing by making a donation. For more information about the Disabled Workers Co-operative please visit: www.disabledworkers.org.uk
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