Many people are facing high level of anxiety, distress, and trauma and many have started experiencing significant mental health problems for the first time. Other possible unsettling and distressing experiences include unemployment, homelessness, domestic violence, bereavement etc. If you need someone to talk to, due to the challenges you’re facing as a result of the current crisis, please call us today.
Useful services for Kent communities during Coronavirus
- Kent Together – 24-hour helpline coordinated by Kent County Council to provide support to those most vulnerable. 03000 41 92 92
- Kent County Council Mental Health Support – you can also text the word ‘Kent’ to 85258 24 hours a day
- National Careers Service – there is still a service available still via social media, webchat and phone to support with careers, education, employment and training
Partner with us today to help the less privileged children and their families, every pound raised, every minute of your time and every donation to our shop will help make a massive difference to their lives.
THE GRACE PROJECT!
(Supporting education of the under privileged African children)
Provision of educational resources
Payment of school fees & meals
Provision of uniforms & Shoes.
Other educational related supports the child may need
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Kent DA12 4NF