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Helping Belfast's Homeless this Christmas

This Christmas we are unable to hold our normal Christmas Nativities and Carol Service. However, the children and staff have been working hard to save the day and each class will present a short Christmas video on this Facebook page and on our website in the week leading up to Christmas.

Normally we have used our Christmas events to raise money for a local charity. Last year we raised over £1000 for the May Murray Foundation.

So in keeping with our tradition, this Christmas we are asking for donations to the WELCOME ORGANISATION.

The Welcome Organisation is based in Belfast and works with one of society's most vulnerable groups, the homeless. We cannot begin to imagine the mental and physical trauma such folk live with day and daily come hail, rain or shine.

This year we can make a difference by supporting the Welcome Organisation as its volunteers and employees work with broken people, suffering from mental illness, chronic health problems, debt, family breakdown, unemployment, drug addiction, alcoholism and the multiple issues that coincide with living on the streets.

Please send your donations in an envelope marked 'WELCOME'.

Additionally, the Welcome Organisation is asking for donations of NEW CLOTHING.

Each class has a large Christmas Sack ready to receive donations of:

Socks (male and female)

Underwear (male and female)

Jogging bottoms/tracksuit bottoms (male and female)

T-shirts and jumpers (male)

Sleeping bags - Preferably season 4

Warm/waterproof coats

​Please note - they are currently unable to accept donations of any other clothing items.

Thank you in anticipation of your kind and generous support.