Small donation handed over today to Michelle Macgregor towards some Christmas activites and baking for her kids club. Michelle and her team run a Kid's club that caters for over 45 kids. They are helping them to make Christmas crafts and home baking to share with the families, encouraging the kids to craft these themselves makes it extra special. Fantastic job they are doing and helping to stir in the spirit of Christmas this festive season. Pictured with myself is Michelle Macgregor from Kids Come First
Caremark came in today to raise awareness. They are a dedicated home care team, supporting a wide range of individuals. They provide home care services to adults and older people, those with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, as well as children and young people. They can also provide respite for carers of loved ones in need of a break.
We donated a box of goodies to the children of St Philips school, as they had to cancel their winter fair, due to a rise in covid at the school, so we decided to put a smile on the children's faces with a treat at the end of their school day.......
It was an absolute privilege to surprise the team at the Bereavement and Friendship Cafe in Clacton with an Asda Foundation Bringing Communities Back Together grant of £805 which be used to throw the Christmas party that they didn’t think they would be able to have.