Coronavirus is affecting our most vulnerable neighbours.
This Christmas we can help each other.
We’ve adapted our work to manage the uncertainty we face. However, fewer children and families can come to our parent support groups, after-school or youth clubs because of the social distance measures required to provide a safe environment. We are no longer able to generate the income to fund our services through enterprising events and hiring our facilities to partners and parents. We worry for those we can no longer reach. To many children, young people and families, we’re often the help that really matters. We are by their side, whatever challenges are thrown up in their way. It’s what’s woven us into the heart of our community for nearly 50 years.
A joy shared is joy doubled
This Christmas, you can make a donation to the Winch as a gift to your family and friends. Why not share your purpose and joy with those you love?
Click here to make a donation or scan the QR code below. It’s that simple!
Become a monthly sponsor:
£20/mo –Sponsor a Young Person – Our Youth Workers are out on the streets and local estates helping young people access the service they need. With winter fast approaching, we need your help to prevent those most at risk falling further behind .
£50/mo – Sponsor a Family -We work with lone parents and new families on low incomes. Often, they have complex medical or social needs, which are made more difficult by overcrowded accommodation. We are particularly worried for isolated women trapped in coercive relationships. You can help us to help them manage the challenges they face.
£100/mo – Support Essential Frontline Work – Back our team to help young people and families navigate the stubborn and persistent challenges the pandemic has revealed. Your support means we can be there for the long term, supporting children from cradle to career, building a community in which we can all thrive.
We always appreciate your one-off donations. But at this time, a monthly donation ensures that we have what we need to support our vulnerable families and children through this crisis.
We have learned we can build a kinder, more resourceful community when we all work together. If we can look out for each other, we can prevent this crisis from becoming a disaster. With your help, we can safeguard our neighbours most at risk.
What happens next depends on you.
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If you are a supporter, champion, funder or donor of the Winch and Belsize Community Library already, thank you. You’ve made it possible for us to be here today, for our community and we are grateful for your backing.