Posted on December 23rd 2022 by Super Admin
Tagged: In the News

After a run of challenging circumstances Adele and her 6 children were sleeping on the floor and really needed some help. Our Decorate A Child’s Life (DACL) volunteer programme redecorated their 3 bedrooms and provided beds, bedding and furniture for the whole family, transforming their quality of life. The DACL programme redecorates disadvantaged children’s bedrooms, as well as local youth clubs and community centres where children can access support and provides children living in substandard accommodation with safe environments where they can learn, play, and grow.

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