Partnerships for Wellbeing

Partnerships for Wellbeing

Charity information

Partnerships for Wellbeing

The charity has developed a number of health related projects - we currently run two projects aimed at supporting health and wellbeing generally. One project 'Step It Up Highland' runs 35 health walking groups at locations across the Highland region - supporting fitness, mobility, social engagement for a range of community members. The other a volunteer-led transport project based in Inverness - the aim of both is to support both physical and emotional/mental health and wellbeing.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    Partnerships for Wellbeing (PFW) provides support to individuals of all ages to live independently and to remain active, healthy and a part of their community for as long as they are able.

    PFW provides physical activity opportunities, support and social opportunities and by encouraging individuals and communities to affect positive changes to their own lives. We currently do this by operating a Highland wide health walk project (Step It Up Highland) and a busy volunteer-led community transport scheme based in Inverness that supports members of the community to attend health-related and social appointments/events across the city.

  • Aims

    Partnerships for Wellbeing aims to:

    • PFW aims to support the development and improvement of health and wellbeing throughout the Highlands of Scotland. It does this by the building of active partnerships with individuals, communities and
  • Overview

    Established: October 2004

    Board members: 6

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 196

    Phone number: 01463 729997

    Address: 31-33 Wells Street IV3 5JU

    View charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website