Help Finder would like to say a massive thank you to volunteers who have helped support the team with their recent Christmas Appeal project in Liverpool.
The appeal has recently put together over 120 care boxes to support people in need within the city region over the festive period, with donations made of items such as warm clothing brands such as Berghaus & The North Face, sleeping bags, toiletries and essentials items.
While Help Finder have gained recognition for their recent kind gesture, they would like to put the volunteers who have giving up their own time, into the limelight to be given the credit they truly deserve during current testing times.
The campaign has paused the recent appeal project, giving the volunteers a much-needed break to spend with their families over the coming days, but will see them return to continue the inspiring work to ensure no one goes without over the Christmas period.
Founder of Help Finder, Dominic Lipscombe has expressed how much the team have appreciated the kind donations from the public, while also donating items himself personally.
The initial plan for the project was providing boxes on a smaller scale, but the need and demand as well as the donations provided has seen the appeal grow in numbers. Help Finder are now organising a much more efficient method of distribution, with more information being released in the coming days.
Because of the success of the Christmas Appeal, the team are looking to continue something similar going forward and are already in discussions of putting plans in place and wish to continue long after Christmas.
Dominic Lipscombe says:
“This year has been crazy and has turned lives upside down. I’m glad we’ve played our part, but it doesn’t stop there as feeding the hungry isn’t just for Christmas, sadly with the way things are going it will be getting worse not better. I’d like to say a special thanks to the following people who honestly, it would not have happened without.”
And to Lee Morris & Miah Perry at MacroBalance