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EyUp! NHS Charity

EyUp! NHS Charity supports the work of South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust, helping to make a difference to community, mental health, wellbeing and learning disability services across Barnsley, Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield.

www.southwestyorkshire.nhs.uk/get-involved/eyup-charity/ Fundraise for us


Registered charity no. 1055931

Member since April 2021

Latest News

Team EyUp! complete the London Landmark Half Marathon and raise £3745!

Team EyUp! complete the London Landmark Half Marathon and raise £3745!

EyUp! had 5 places available as a partner charity for the London Landmark Half Marathon 2022.

Hannah, Jamie, Lydia, Mark & Terry decided to take on the challenge and help play an integral part in raising funds for EyUp!

We're delighted to say that the whole team successfully completed the LLHM on Sunday 3rd April and helped raise over £3745!

Thank you to our fabulous team of runners and to everyone that supported them and made a donation!

More running challenges available here: https://www.southwestyorkshire.nhs.uk/get-involved/eyup-charity/support-eyup/

EyUp! to fund 2000 journals for staff wellbeing

EyUp! to fund 2000 journals for staff wellbeing

Staff at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will soon be able to access Bee You Journals created by Luke Ambler to support their wellbeing.

After a bid application was submitted to the charity from a member of staff wanting to support their colleagues by providing journals, the charity decided to look into supporting staff through journals on a Trust wide scale.

Luke Ambler creator of the Bee You Journals and Founder of Andy's Man Club has worked with EyUp! to deliver 2000 journals to support staff and their wellbeing.

Funding support from NHS Charities Together will help EyUp! to deliver this project across the Trust.

Jana Harris, Fundraising Manager says "We are delighted we have been able to fund a large project like this to support a number of staff who feel they will benefit from using a journal to support their wellbeing. It's fantastic that we have been able to work with Luke to purchase affordable journals that will hopefully make a positive difference to staff in the Trust"