We’d like to express our gratitude to all of the generous organisations and individuals who helped provide Christmas gifts and donations for our clients. Because of you, we were able to make Christmas extra special for the hundreds of men, women and families we support.
We want to say a huge thank you to…
Barclays for their generous donation as part of their £100m Community Aid Package to support charities that are helping people and communities most impacted by COVID-19. The donation means we can distribute 221 tablets, 400 Mi-Fi routers & 400 unlimited data sims – which provide 5 months of unlimited free internet access for clients, enabling them to access online teaching, counselling, medical appointments and much more.
Andy at Vineyard Church South Liverpool, who donated lots of craft items to keep our clients and their children busy through lockdown.
Growbaby, who donated nappies and baby formula for the new mum’s.
ALDI for donating a range of skincare products for our clients, helping them to feel pampered over Christmas.
Judith, who has raised over £260 through her Usborne bookselling.
The Friendship Foundation from All Saints Church in Lancashire. They donated over 100 bags of wonderful gifts and they said it helped to bring their community together during COVID knowing that they were helping to support such an important cause.
Hallam FM, who provided presents for families we support through their Mission Christmas appeal.
Sandra and the team at KidsOut Charity in Luton – They donated over 300 individual children’s gifts, allowing us to give every dependent support by City Hearts North West an amazing gift this year.
The Runcorn Soroptimist Club, a wonderful group of women who donated over 30 luxury female presents.
The Herald Vineyard Church in Liverpool – They donated over 50 men’s gifts with so many thoughtful items, and donated the exact number of gifts that we had yet to make to get over the finishing line, having enough presents for all clients.
Tony’s Chocolonely, who donated over 1000 chocolate bars so each client would get a taste of their extraordinary creations.
Imagine If Trust, who have sourced donations for us, applied for funding for specific items for us and generally been a great source of information and support.
Baskets of Love, Stephanie Broadhurst and Sarah Benger for their Asda gift voucher which will go towards Christmas present for the clients and gift hamper for the safe house.
Carol at st Miller & McKew, who has given us at least 500 masks for our clients, keeping them safe during this time.
We are so grateful for your support.