Spread kindness in your community this Christmas
Wondering how you can help older people in your community this Christmas? We have repurposed our support cards for Christmas 2020. Download them and read about other ways you can help.
Older people are among those who have been advised to stay at home and with that, they may be feeling uncertain. So, how can we support older relatives, friends and neighbours in the community? With special thanks to Becky Wass for allowing us to use her intuitive #viralkindness campaign, we have designed some support cards that you can use to help older people this Christmas.
There are others ways you can help if you are also staying at home, we've listed these below.
Write to them
A traditional form of keeping in touch, still loved dearly by the older generation. You could even get crafty and make some homemade cards (great to get the kids involved) or send a small gift to keep spirits high. We received some amazing letters earlier this year, read more about them here. Older people in the community would love to hear from you too.
Book or film share
Send food hampers or gifts
Share these services
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