Share your kindness with the Midlands
Places are full of communities and causes that are both close to our homes and to our hearts. If the Midlands is that place for you, why not send a gift of kindness to support our local services there?
Why this gift is so important: While Ken, a 92-year-old from Suffolk, was staying in hospital for several months following a car accident, his wife of 60 years, Ann, sadly passed away. Juggling feelings of grief and loneliness, our volunteer Terry managed to help him through this difficult time.
“When I came home, I felt so low, I wouldn’t have cared if I lived or died,” says Ken. “But Terry made life seem worth living again.”
Gifts of kindness that you’ve bought are changing lives across the UK, all thanks to you.Where your money could go:
£10 could buy two warm cotton blankets for evacuees or survivors of an emergency, like a flood or house fire
£15 could provide someone in Leicester with a wheelchair for a week, giving them back their freedom
£50 could cover the first grocery shop for someone coming home from hospital to an empty kitchen