It goes without saying that 2020 has been a pretty awful year for most of us and Christmas will be a very different affair than it as been in previous years.
Blog Category: Charity
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a difficult year as the pandemic gripped the country causing thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of cases where people have ended up in hospital for extended periods of time as they fought off the effects if the virus.
Homelessness and rough sleeping are dreadful things to deal with at any time of the year, but as Christmas approaches and the weather turns colder the need for somewhere warm and safe to live becomes even more intense and urgent for thousands of vulnerable people across the country.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created major fund raising problems for charities throughout the UK with all normal activities and events put on hold because of national and local lockdown restrictions.
Emma Shaw didn’t need to think twice about who she would nominate as one of our chosen charities because Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham saved her mum’s life.
When Martin Leigh started to get pains in his arms and chest he put it down to the stress he was feeling after losing both his Mum and Dad.
Alzheimer’s Disease is one of the most distressing illnesses families have to cope with as they see their loved one’s mental faculties slowly deteriorate to the point where they cannot even recognise their own children.
The Oasis Church in Warrington describes itself as one of the new breed of churches in tune with the 21st century all about ‘making a difference in this town’.
Gemma Edwards had been feeling ill for almost a year with slurred speech and extreme tiredness before she was finally diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
It’s hard to believe that in 21st Century Britain there are families so strapped for cash that they can’t even afford to put food on the table. Or that they have to rely on the generosity of others just to keep going.