One To One Mentoring
Encouraging individuals to improve themselves, and offer support through any adversities they face…
Peer Group Mentoring
TMR offers a number of group sessions where people can meetand talk about any issues they have in a group setting…
TMR also offers runs other projects aimed at helping those in our local community..
The Mentor Ring is helping in the current crisis to alleviate pressure on the health service or providing support to people suffering from the economic and social impact of coronavirus. Supporting the national response and helping vulnerable people through mentoring and engaging them with activities to cope, is our first priority at the moment.
The Mentor Ring recognizes that others are dealing with far more complex and impactful challenges than where we find ourselves. Our goal is to do our part for global well-being. We are following guidelines from Public Health, we have closed our offices and canceled our face-to-face group sessions, workshops, training as well as 1-1 and Peer mentoring, until further notice.
Nevertheless, we are currently mentoring via phone & online platforms.
Click here for the details of what we’re currently offering remotely.
Based on current information, we feel this is the best decision for our people, our beneficiaries, our stakeholders, and our community as a whole.
For more information, or to get involved with TMR is currently offering please email: Sujatha.Thaladi@MentorRing.org.uk
TMR, in association with the Salvation Army, is engaged in distributing food parcels to the vulnerable and the isolated community members as well as to the international student community at these stressful and uncertain times brought in by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are currently helping over 240 students in South Wales, all thanks to the selfless and compassionate volunteers who have come forward to pitch in with their valuable services. Please click here for more information…
News and Upcoming Events
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The Mentor Ring (TMR) chaired the 11th Minority Ethnic Communities (MEC) Health Fair that went virtual this year on the 29th of October 2020.
Let’s engage children during the half term holidays!!!
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