Christmas Giving 2020

November 2020

Christmas Giving 2020

This year has been an incredibly difficult time for many families and individuals, some of whom have never been in a situation where they have asked for support from a community organisation like CatholicCare before. We have all felt the impact of COVID-19 and we understand how it has impacted people in various ways. Job loss, income stress, isolation from community, or prolonged separation from family are just a few of the additional challenges people may have faced.

Our hope is that this Christmas will be a time of coming together, of happiness and joy, of love and laughter rather than creating more stress and concern for families. To help achieve this CatholicCare are aiming to provide Christmas gifts and treats to children, families and individuals we support. We are calling on donation support from staff, their families, local businesses, schools, community and wider Catholic agencies to help us make this Christmas a special and memorable time for everyone.

Please feel free to promote and support the CatholicCare Christmas giving by sharing the Christmas giving poster and Facebook ad or by making a donation.

Contact Bec for further information and drop your donations off to any CatholicCare office.

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Christmas Giving 2020

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Christmas Giving 2020

This year has been an incredibly difficult time for many families and individuals, some of whom have never been in a situation where they have asked for support from a community organisation like CatholicCare before. We have all felt the impact of COVID-19 and we understand how it has impacted people in various ways. Job loss, income stress, isolation from community, or prolonged separation from family are just a few of the additional challenges people may have faced.

Our hope is that this Christmas will be a time of coming together, of happiness and joy, of love and laughter rather than creating more stress and concern for families. To help achieve this CatholicCare are aiming to provide Christmas gifts and treats to children, families and individuals we support. We are calling on donation support from staff, their families, local businesses, schools, community and wider Catholic agencies to help us make this Christmas a special and memorable time for everyone.

Please feel free to promote and support the CatholicCare Christmas giving by sharing the Christmas giving poster and Facebook ad or by making a donation.

Contact Bec for further information and drop your donations off to any CatholicCare office.