November 12, 2020
Adopt the Early Break teddies for Christmas!
We are having a little fun this year with our Christmas fundraising campaign! The idea came about when a colleague adopted a donkey. We thought, if you are able, why not adopt our Early Break teddies instead of sending Christmas cards this festive season? We are sure you’ll agree we are all a fluffy bundle of loveliness!
(Rest of the calendar below!)
In all seriousness though, 2020 has been a tough year for charities financially, COVID-19 has hit us hard. Normally we would be putting on events, supporting people and organisations who fundraise for us, but lockdown has meant we have had to suspend all fundraising activity. Yet, it still costs almost £5,000 A DAY to run our charity that supports vulnerable young people and families across Greater Manchester.
If you can support us today, please press on the donate button (top left on this web page) and donate what you can. Absolutely every little helps us.
- £1.00 would buy a packet of felt tips to support a child find their voice in family meetings
- Up to £50.00 would enable a young person or family to access our Wellbeing Fund for emergency items
- £50.00 means we can offer a child one bereavement counselling session after suffering a significant loss
- £100 pays for one early intervention and prevention outreach session (2 staff)
Whatever you can spare would be gratefully received.
If you have an Amazon Account you might like to purchase something from our Amazon Wishlist with items starting from just £1.00. Please click on the link below.
EARLY BREAK CHRISTMAS ADVENT! Happy Holidays from all of us….
Eric, Advocacy Worker, Rochdale
Laura, ‘Closing the Gap’ transition worker
Clare, Senior Administrative Lead
Gareth, Operations Manager, Bury
Karen, Data Analyst
Janine, Operations Director
Eva, Emotional Health & Wellbeing Worker
Shauna, Children & Young People’s Worker
Rhyse, Operations Manager, Salford & Trafford
Alannah, Advocacy Worker, Bury
Louise, Team Leader/Advocacy Worker
Gemma, Emotional Health & Wellbeing Manager
Jo, Emotional Health & Wellbeing/Outreach Worker
Luke, Operations Director
Amy, Holding Families Co-ordinator, Salford
Heidi, Anti-Bullying Project Lead
Anna, Emotional Health & Wellbeing Worker
Becky, Emotional Health & Wellbeing Worker
Georgina, Family Worker Prisons
Julie, Children & Young People’s Worker
Janette, Advocacy Worker, Bury
Jacqui, Training, Marketing & Development
Heather, Advocacy Worker, Bury
Toni, Emotional Health & Wellbeing Worker