Surrey-based charity halow project is celebrating the achievements of the people aged 16+ with learning disabilities they support and encouraging the local community to share their support in ‘Love halow’ month, throughout February.
halow project is a vibrant charity that works with more than 200 people with a learning disability on their journey to independence. halow supports them to build relationships and socialise, to feel part of their community, to gain skills to find suitable employment, and the charity assists them with living independently.
During ‘Love halow’ month, the people halow supports will be sharing what they love about their charity. halow project is also inviting the local community to share in the celebration. Come along and have a chat with the team and people supported by the charity at one of their bucket collections taking place throughout February. On Tuesday 14 (9.30am-1.30pm) and Thursday 16 February (1.30pm-5.30pm) they will be greeting shoppers in Tesco, Guildford. Then, on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 February (9.30am-1.30pm), you can drop in a donation at The Friary, Guildford. halow would like to thank Tesco and The Friary for welcoming the charity to collect donations that can help to strengthen the work they do and open new opportunities for the people they support.
If you would like to get involved directly with halow project, why not use ‘Love halow’ month as an opportunity to explore the many volunteering opportunities they offer. From supporting people with learning disabilities to helping at fundraising events, there are lots of rewarding ways to share your time and skills. To find out more contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can donate £5 to the ‘Love halow’ campaign by texting LOVEHALOW to 70460 (texts will cost your £5 donation plus one standard rate message, and you’ll be opting in to hear from halow project. If you would like to donate but don’t wish to hear from the charity, please text LOVEHALOWNOINFO instead.)
To find out more about halow project, visit their website www.halowproject.org.uk.