Tough Enough To Care receives £5000 funding from AWI

Tough Enough To Care, a Black Country charity, has secured £5000 from Alloy Wire International’s ‘Wired for Good’ campaign.
Located in Kingswinford, the charity has grown from a simple Facebook page encouraging men to talk into an organisation that has worked with over 6000 people and delivered mental health training to more than 1500 individuals.

Tough Enough To Care has extended its offer to deliver mental health training to community groups, fellow charities, and a growing army of corporates across the UK.
It operates a striking ‘Tough Truck’ that visits events to start the conversation and has recently partnered with SHOUT to provide a free text support service.
Alloy Wire International (AWI) is one of the Black Country’s fastest growing manufacturers, supplying round, flat and profile wire to a 6000-strong global customer base.
To celebrate its 75th year in business in 2021, the company launched its ‘Wired for Good’ campaign, which aims to donate vital funds to local community groups and charities that are making a difference on the ground.

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