'I enjoy doing the crafts and the best thing we've done is painting Easter eggs and rolling them down the hill. The drop-in means I can come and get help if I need it with filling in forms, housing, job centre things and company. I heard about it through Lifestyle on a Monday night and I think I started coming more when I lost my partner and my mum. It has helped me magnificently.'
We're passionate about addressing lonEliness, isolation and disadvanatage in all their forms. This grant will really help to ensure that we are able to continue to deliver the services offered at the womens drop-in into 2016. We can't thank the Anchor Foundation enough!
The Anchor Foundation supports Christian charities concerned with social inclusion, particularly through minstries of healing and the arts. You can find out more about them and the amazing projects which they've contributed to clicking on the logo below.
CAP Money Course
January 30, 2019
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