Warrington Wolves Foundation secure new wellbeing signing

The Fretus Group

 

Following Mental Health Awareness Week, the Warrington Wolves Foundation is pleased to announce that local business Fretus has agreed to become the charity’s first official wellbeing partner.

 

Celebrating their first anniversary in business, the partnership cements their commitment to helping improve the lives of the people of Warrington. Throughout lockdown, Fretus has been providing crucial medical support to the Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club on match days and work closely with the Wolves Foundation to support all of their sports teams and events.

 

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Russell Treasure, Director of Wellbeing at Fretus, said “we are living in unprecedented times and now more than ever, we need to be looking after each other and those most vulnerable.  The Warrington Wolves Foundation is the beating heart of our community and we are proud to be given the opportunity to support their work and of course the wellbeing of their staff and supporters”.

 

Fretus provide medical support, health and safety training as well as mental health and wellbeing support to businesses, community groups, charities and sports clubs across the UK.

 

James Howes, Deputy Director of The Warrington Wolves Foundation said “The wellbeing of our participants, volunteers and staff is crucial and the partnership with Fretus will allow us to provide a comprehensive package of health and safety training and personalised support for all our beneficiaries.  We already have some fantastic networks in place to support the mental fitness of our local community and the addition of Fretus to our team will ensure that the Warrington Wolves Foundation is able to develop a holistic approach to helping those most in need during these challenging times.”

 

For all of your Mental Health First Aid training needs or Health and Safety requirements, please get in touch at info@fretusgroup.co.uk 

 

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