CAFT Easter Update
Our director Michael recently delivered Easter eggs to Ian Eccles the CEO of CAFT. CAFT then distributed the eggs to terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children in the North West.
This was part of CAFT’s Easter Programme which ran from 1st-18th April and saw 388 families visiting for an Easter-themed outdoor visit. It included a chance to bottle-feed new lambs and a fun Easter Egg Hunt around their amazing 10-acre site, amongst many other outdoor activities.
Thanks to the donations of Easter eggs from companies like Jefferies every child got an egg to take home with them.
Read the attached update which includes some fantastic photos of the children on their visit and thank you messages from their parents here.
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