Month: December 2019

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Red Hat ladies Christmas Lunch

These wonderful ladies meet for lunch every month and they raise funds for Charity.

We are so grateful that they have chosen our charity help at Home Costa Blanca yet again to be the recipient of their efforts to raise money for those in need in our local community.

At their Christmas Lunch they had a competition for the best hats these ladies were the winners.


Over 2019 they have donated a little under 2,000 Euros and we have used this to help many of our clients.

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Christmas For our clients in need

Happy Boxing day

We hope you all enjoyed your Christmas day yesterday and as a local Charity we are very aware there are many who do not have the resources to enjoy a Christmas meal or the little treats we associate with this time of year.

So on Christmas Eve our President Carmen and Chief Welfare Officer Sheila delivered some food essentials with a few goodies for some our clients in need.
We are so thankful and recognise that we could not do this with out our volunteers time and supporters donations and thank every one of you with all our hearts.
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Thank you to our Volunteers Xmas Party

We have had a great year in 2019 and our volunteers have worked very hard , manning the phones and administering the Charity functions, serving in the shops, looking
after the welfare of our clients, driving deliveries to our customers so we wanted to say thank you to everyone and planned for a Christmas Party at The Emerald Isle..

So…..on Thursday 19th December after meticulous planning from Sheila Rowell our Chief Welfare Officer – the Charity Volunteers Christmas Party all came together.
We all had to arrive at 7pm for a traditional three course  Christmas Dinner Meal.

Everyone had pre ordered their Christmas meal and wine and the tables were set. Crackers were ready to pull, white wine was chilling and red was breathing.

Carmen Our President welcomed everyone and then the meal was served.

Sylvia Shaker our Fund raiser had bought a little gift of Ferrero Rocher Chocolates and at the end of the meal we all enjoyed after eight mints.

Carmen our President welcomed everyone and we were ready to go.

The food was served quickly and was piping hot and tasty, the staff were very organised and the service was friendly,

We have a few photographs of the night and at 8pm until 11pm we were entertained by Richie Alexander , the Soul Man of the Costa Blanca.

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