Equipp, a new gifting company launching this month in Hemel Hempstead, is proud to announce that they will be supporting Signpost as their chosen charity. Equipp has been set up by Louise Rogers and Anna Grint. Mums to teens themselves, Louise and Anna have created a range of products which make ideal gifts for young
Signpost has welcomed a surprise donation of £1,000 from the local Amazon team when they visited the site for a tour. Our Hemel Hempstead base is on St. Mary’s Road, and has been serving the South and West Hertfordshire community since 1973, working with young people aged 11-25 to help them overcome problems in their
Signpost's Trustees announced a surprise surplus at the charity's AGM today. It is the third year of surplus on the trot and puts Signpst's finances on a very sound footing. The surprise surplus is in part because of lower than expected costs, but is principally because of an unexpected windfall of over £12,000 from local
Saturday 11th November 2017 Signpost's Annual General Meeting plus a chance to hear from Mark Ashley on supporting young people with autism to engage with one to one support.
Last Thursday, Signpost's Hemel Social Group cleared leaves at the 'Forget-me-not Garden' in Gadebridge Park. The Garden, opened in 2004 and run by Stillbirth and Ante-Natal Death Society (SANDS), is getting ready for the annual 'Wave of Light' event when parents across the world who have lost babies light a candle to remember their lost
Signpost has received a welcome donation of £1000 from Amazon through their funding trust. The company, who are a major employer in Hemel Hempstead, made the donation in recognition of the work Signpost does supporting young people in the area. Thank you Amazon on behalf of the organisation and the young people who will benefit.
Proof that big things come from small beginnings, the total raised by the regulars of the Post Office Arms in Boxmoor, through their monthly charity quiz has now topped £8,000. With sponsorship from AIC insurance in the Old Town and prizes provided by the local shops and businesses in Boxmoor, the quiz is a true
Suicide is worryingly prevalent among young people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender. Yet, we see very few young people from that community at Signpost. With support from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service's Innovation Fund and in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council's Youth Connexions team, an LGBT-specialist counsellor from Signpost is running
Signpost is the link charity to a team of students from Kings Langley School participating in Dragon's Den. With the help of a local business, the team are challenged to turn £100 of the charity's money into £1,000. The team, who call themselves the 'Kings Langley Warriors' concluded a programme of activities with a sell-out
The line-up of Signpost's conference on 'Being and Belonging', which we are running in partnership with the Albany Centre in St Albans, has been finalised. A programme rich with experience aims to give insights into difference aspects of inclusion, ranging from cults to trangender identity. The conference will be held at Rudolf Steiner School Kings