Helping The Community At Coventry Care Home

Residents and Colleagues at HC One’s Brandon House care home have been getting involved with the shoebox appeal.

A number of the Residents at the Coventry care home have been helping the staff to put together shoe boxes filled with items.

The homes wellbeing coordinator Ree Bolton saw the appeal mentioned on Facebook and told others at the home and everyone wanted to get involved.

Overall the home has now put together 43 boxes for the Coventry Carries of Hope charity, who will deliver the boxes to children of all ages at Christmas who have very little.

It’s been a hard year this year for everyone, and the home really wanted to do all they could to give back to the community and help others. They want to make sure that children receive presents this year that might not have.

Christmas is a time for giving and joy, and hopefully these shoeboxes will help to spread some festive cheer.

Sheryl Davis, the home manager, said “my team have come up with this and all pulled together to help the children in our community, it’s brilliant.”

 

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