St Augustine's Centre would like to wish you a all a very merry Christmas and a happy new year to all of our wonderful Volunteers who have donated thousands of hours this year, to our Centre Users who are the core of the centre and for the smiles and long lasting friendships that are made , and to all our Funders and Donators a massive thank you for all your valuable support.
If just half of our Facebook and Twitter friends were able to spare £1 a month , we would raise over £6800 a year which is a massive amount for a small charity like us! Also if you were to complete a Gift Aid form we could claim back even more from your £1 donation - something to think about......http://www.give.net/20171078 Thank you for your continued support!
If you are having a clear out this weekend and come across some old carrier bags that you no longer need, we will happily take them off your hands. If you can help please drop them off behind Reception between 9am - 4pm Monday - Thursday and they will be gratefully received.
Every year we buy hundreds of presents for our loved ones, could you buy one extra gift for someone less fortunate than you and make a world of difference? Lots of children are able to run downstairs on Christmas morning to excitedly rip open their presents, but for some in our area face a different story - which is where you comes in. If you would like to donate a gift we are always in need of good quality items and gifts to give as presents at our Christmas lunch. Please get in touch with us at email@example.com if you can help.
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Hosting is a great opportunity to meet new people and learn about other cultures. Find out how you can help, get first hand information from hosts and refugees about there experience? Come along to our information session. Monday 17th July 2017 at 4:30pm-6.30pm King Cross Library, 151 Haugh Shaw Rd, Halifax HX1 3BG Click here to view map For more information please contact Audrey Smith on 01422 342719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org