As summer draws nearer to an end and we edge closer to the schools reopening across the UK, we have a number of exciting upcoming projects from the team at Little Lives UK
This past week thanks to everyone’s hard work staying at home to fight the virus our stores were able to reopen for the first time in months. It was great to see so many smiling faces back in stores again and catch up with all our fabulous volunteers.
When lockdown started you may have seen that we were working on various projects in the local community. Of course, with the announcement of lockdown things had to change. One of which being the focus of our work.
Being healthy starts with a healthy schedule. Although we all are staying at our homes and maintaining social distance, it’s important that your children stick to a schedule. It’s the ultimate way of supporting child during the pandemic.
The world is facing one of its most unpredictable moments as we speak to the COVID-19 pandemic hitting hard. More than 1.5 billion students have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with closings in 192 countries.
Setting the virus outbreak aside, supermarkets are still offering a variety of Easter eggs to buy. If you ask me, they are just as essential to buy as baked beans at this time.
The pandemic is real, as are the struggles with home-schooling. Step up and donate your unwanted electronics today.
Today is the 28th of January and we have just visited Richard House Children’s Hospice in Beckton. We brought two boxes of new toys and donated £850 to pay for music therapy and playtime supplies.
Research by Refuge and Women’s Aid has underlined the damage done by government policies, especially for specialist refuge services.