At GoVox, we are lucky to have some incredible partners, aligned to our mission
Mind in Mid Herts support positive mental health working across three themes: prevention, social support and recovery. They understand everyone’s needs are different and work in a person-centred way to ensure the people of Hertfordshire’s mental health is supported and respected so that nobody has to face a mental health problem alone.
Welfy arm people with the knowledge & tools to tackle their wellbeing and adopt better habits for good. Their research-based training programmes for line managers and employees can be delivered virtually and internationally.
Get increased productivity. Get reduced turnover. Get fewer absences. Get Welfy.
Having witnessed first-hand the devastating impacts of poor mental health, LooseHeadz was founded by Dave, Mark and Rob in 2017. With over 60 years of playing experience between them, reinforced with a desire to help others, they started their campaign to #TackleTheStigma.
The Rogue Monkey is a sports consultancy that fosters an open minded approach to supporting clients. Being creative, challenging convention and taking people on a journey is what they do. Engrained into their DNA is the belief that the power of sport and activity can change the world and make it a better place for everyone. They offer three key areas of support to their community.
The Herts Sports and Physical Activity Partnership is an award winning organisation that was established in 2003. We are one of 43 Active Partnerships across England. We work collaboratively to create the conditions for an active nation and use the power of sport and physical activity to transform lives. Known as HSP, the Partnership is incredibly passionate about the work they carry out.
Active East Herts is a Community Sport Network that was re-established as of September 2017. The aim to increase sport and physical activity in East Hertfordshire remains the same. However, Active East Herts now work closely with East Herts Council to ensure District priorities are achieved as detailed further on their website.
Herts Mind Network delivers essential mental health support in Hertfordshire, providing a diverse range of services from their seven Wellbeing Centres and other venues across all ten districts of the county. Funded locally, their services are available to all residents in Hertfordshire over the age of 18 and they offer dedicated services for 15-18 year olds.
Lions Sports Academy is a coaching organisation, passionate about providing sporting opportunity to help children and young adults realise their potential through sport and physical activity.
SNAP Sponsorship is a not-for-profit business dedicated to helping the survival of grassroots, local and regional sport in the UK. They believe that sports clubs - for any sport - are part of the social and welfare fabric of Britain. They help promote health, community, competition, inclusion, ambition, social growth, equal opportunities and local togetherness.
Experience Happiness was born out of the recognition that unhealthy stress and burnout—a virtual epidemic in today’s fast-paced global marketplace—is impairing people’s ability to embrace change, cope with challenging situations, feel truly happy or even take on One. More. Thing. They help people and organizations thrive through happiness.
EYC was born on the premise to “Enhance Your Career”. They proactively work with partners to design talent programmes which meet the skills needed to support sustainable careers.
Yekalon UK™ is a group of companies specifically brought together to offer a hybrid one-stop solution to construction. Their group is made up of two-division companies, Yekalon UK Support Services & Yekalon UK Logistics.
GoBig Digital provides website development and digital marketing services to GoVox. They are our trusted partner for all things marketing, digital and growth. Contact them for more information and help with any projects you may have.
Bower HR Consultancy is an HR outsourcing company with a difference. Not only do they pride themselves on advising and providing clarity on all aspects of HR to employers, they also take a progressive approach in the development of a company's greatest asset - its staff - to reduce conflict and disagreement resulting in a positive impact on profitability.
Following the tragic loss of two young playing members through suicide, a few like-minded club members felt they had a social responsibility to offer support, guidance and a friendly ear in a time of need. And that steps should be taken to help de-stigmatise mental health amongst young men and women. Helped by some other like minded club members JOCA (Just One Click Away) was born.
After so long away from the ‘traditional’ workplace during the pandemic, we are finally seeing the return of employees to their respective offices and workplace environments. However, are the workplaces ready for the return of their employees, and how well equipped are the in-house Human Resources specialists of the businesses in supporting employees’ wellbeing; catering to their needs, wants and alleviating concerns?