We are lucky to have been chosen by a couple we recently helped to hold some Fairs to raise money for Help at Home Costa Blanca.
Here are some stall holders who are helping raise funds for us , they raised 130€ in the raffle and will tally up all the events and donate the money to us .
Thank you everyone for all your support.
We are delighted to tell everyone of the support we will receive from Avalon.
Avalon Europe are supporting Help at Home Costa Blanca .
Avalon have donated a stand and various marketing aids to help the ladies when they are doing events and raising money for the charity. Avalon offer pre paid funeral plans and arrange key parts of your funeral before you need them , so that when the time comes your family can celebrate your life and you can be remembered just as you want.
For anybody wanting to find out more about the plans , you should contact Rebecca 671935072 , any plans bought with Avalon ,
they will kindly donate money to the charity .
All the team ,employees and volunteers have prepared our shops to open today 25th may 2020..
They have disinfected, sanitised, are keeping donations in a 72 hour quarantine at our Charity Shops in Playa Flamenca and Cabo Roig.
There are signs , hand sanitiser on entry , limited number of customers and protective screen , masks and gloves for our volunteers.
Mask wearing in the shop is mandatory as they will not be much room for 2 metre social distancing.
All our customers were respectful when we opened today and we are hopeful we can start to raise money to pay all the invoices we have accrued during lock down.
We were invited to attend a very prestigious award to our very own President Carmen Perez.
So on Friday 6th March 2020, many of our volunteers came to cheer Carmen receiving the award bestowed by the counselor of Participscion Ciudadana.
Carmen was out forward by the social workers in recognition of all the great work she had accomplished.
This is the second year that UNICAS award has been presented!!
We would also like to share some images of the great work that has been done by Carmen and all our volunteers
Help at Home Costa Blanca were invited by Cruz Roja to a Presentation on Thursday 13th February in Alicante.
The invitation was for any people or groups who were involved in helping and assisting the Red Cross during the Dana /floods. Our President Carmen and General Secretary Patricia attended this event
Many of the services involved in the disaster were represented, including the Guardia Civil, The local police, and Fire Brigade. There were about 500 people in the audience mainly volunteers and employees of the Red Cross.
The main reason for the event, was to inform everyone about what had occurred. and what is still occurring. They showed the amounts of money involved and where the money came from and where it was spent.The Red Cross have spent 350,000euros so far and plan to spend another 250,000Euros in 2020.
On top of all the money they have raised, they have provided: furniture, Electrical goods, clothes, food, school equipment. They made a point of stating that many local people supported this collection, and distribution.
Our shop takings and the proceeds from the fundraiser we held also provided books and stationary for local schools who lost everything.
They showed a film of all the disaster zones, several Red Cross experts in planning and psychology explained some of the devastating effects for the people in our region. Including our contact in Orihuela Costa – Pilar.
We were extremely pleased to see the work that the Red Cross has undertaken, and that they plan to continue in 2020.
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.
Over 2019 they have donated a little under 2,000 Euros and we have used this to help many of our clients.
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.
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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