The walk saw warm-hearted staff and associates including The Learning Foundry, Paul Crowley Solicitors and Merseyside Domestic Violence Service brave the cold winter wind to raise awareness for the local charity.
The event was organised by Chloe Brennan, Tenancy Enforcement Officer in the Neighbourhood Team, and it saw droves of people walk the almost 2 hour round trip from Regenda Homes to Centre 56 and back again.
We help women and children who have suffered, or are at risk of, domestic abuse or a crisis situation and staff are being encouraged to donate to our “Light Up A Christmas Tree” fundraising page, which you can learn more about here >
Chloe said, “Thank you so much for coming everyone and thank you to all of my amazing colleagues at The Regenda Group for turning out en masse for a very important cause. You have all made today amazing.”
Claire Essame, Centre 56 Service Manager, said: “The festive period can be a very difficult time for many of the families we work with, but your support can help us make Christmas special for all of our children and families.”
Last year their Christmas tree raised over £650 and this year we are looking to top that with a goal of £1000! #Centre56LightUp
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