Month: February 2019

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Helping the Homeless

Some great news for all our volunteers and supporters.

Today we received a note from Tony Mayes one of our volunteers who with his wife Eileen help the Homeless in our area.
Pictured is part of the latest donation of food, clothing, blankets, etc. which have been donated by members of the International Christian Assembly and Help at Home Costa Blanca for the homeless.
Eileen and Tony Mayes yesterday took a car load of items to a group of men living rough on waste land in Orihuela Costa.
The couple’s thanks go out to all church members and charity helpers who have contributed or helped in any way.


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Working together with Iceland store


During the last few weeks of 2018 we worked together with Iceland sore in Torrevieja to raise money and receive food donations to help our local community.


We got a few trolleys of different food stuff which we distributed to the local families in need for the Christmas season and also raised money towards various causes we support.

Below is a couple of photographs of our hard working Volunteers



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Donation of Defibrillator Emerald Isle

HELP ing the Emerald Isle stay healthy
Visitors and staff at the Emerald Isle restaurant can have greater peace of mind in future thanks to the donation of a defibrillator provided by the charity Help at Home Costa Blanca.The 1,200 euro machine was handed to the restaurant’s general manager Gerald Moran by charity president Carmen Perez at a volunteers’ meeting.

The restaurant complex plays host to bowls clubs and numerous charity and social events and many hundreds of people go there every week.

Three members of the bowls club and five bar staff members will be trained to use the life-saving machine so that vital first hand can be given within seconds to anyone suffering a heart problem.

The charity has spent more than 10,000 euros to provide defibrillators in Orihuela Costa police cars and an ambulance.
This is in addition to spending more than 30,000 euros in providing a dedicated ambulance which will be operated by the Red Cross.

At the volunteers’ meeting members were asked for ideas for future projects to support to provide facilities for local residents. If any reader has an idea for a worthwhile project, please contact the charity’s shops either at Cabo Roig or Playa Flamenca.

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