Throughout the 12 days of Christmas, LaceyField delivered Christmas cheer across Louth.
After a year of uncertainty, we were not going to let COVID-19 stop us from celebrating, spreading kindness and creating Christmas memories.After all, it’s what our children, families and staff deserve! For each of the 12 days leading up to the Christmas break, we took part in an act of kindness for the local community. With one aim, to spread a little kindness! The 12 days added up to the most exciting and magical end of term for the LaceyField community.
Determined the pandemic was not going to stop charity efforts and festive sparkle, children, families and staff at LaceyField took part in a “12 Days of Christmas Kindness” campaign. Generosity from our LaceyField community enabled us to:
- Deliver eight Christmas hampers to local care homes
- Hand out more than 120 food parcels to LaceyField families
- Create Christmas cards for patients across Lincolnshire hospitals
- Delivered two Christmas hampers to EDAN Lincs (Women’s refuge)
- Create ‘hearts for homes’ – artwork and decorations for care homes
- Make ‘hearts for heroes’ – decorations for local emergency services
- Formed a new partnership with Trinity Centre Food Bank
- Virtual Christmas Concert shared with local care homes
- Raised over £800 for St Barnabas Hospice through Rudy’s Run.