Charity of the Year 2017 – Home Start Westminster

  • January 01, 2017
  • By Hunters Law

We are delighted to announce that we will be supporting Home Start Westminster as our Charity of the Year throughout 2017.

We look forward to supporting them and fundraising with them in supporting hundreds of families. Through a network of trained and DBS checked volunteers who are parents or have relevant experience, Home Start support hundreds of parents and children who are experiencing difficulties of one kind or another. The families need support for many reasons including social isolation, post-natal depression, disability, bereavement or the illness of a parent or child. Every Child and Family matter and the only criteria is that they have at least 1 child under the age of 5. Home-Start has a proven, lasting, positive impact on the development of children and the health and welfare of the family.

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We have thoroughly enjoyed helping Best Beginnings through 2016.  From sponsoring some of their fantastic events to fundraising through a 3 day bike to Paris from London, Cake Bakes and a 10k, it has been a pleasure to work with their team. Well done to all of our hard working fundraisers and good luck to Best Beginnings for the future! Their great work continues to make a big difference in supporting parents in giving children the best start in life by focusing on the early foundations for a healthy and fulfilling life.

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