The Norwich Evening News is backing The Hamlet as its Christmas campaign throughout December and at The Hamlet we couldn't be more excited.
The campaign will really help put The Hamlet on the map and share with the Norfolk community the work we do.
Throughout December the Evening News will be putting on various events and fundraisers in support of the charity as well as visiting the Hamlet to highlight why the Hamlet is such an important charity for people living in Norfolk.
Already, a big thank you to the support of many families, staff members and volunteers who have been able to share their Hamlet stories with the Evening News reporters.
Keep an eye out for up and coming articles in the Evening News as the newspaper plans to write about us at least 2 or 3 times a week throughout December and the lead up to Christmas.
See link to the first news article with video footage of Johnson Place, Children's Centre.
David Powles, editor of the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News, said: “The Hamlet is a tremendous Norwich charity that has been a lifeline to children and parents for almost 50 years. It is a pleasure to reveal it as our Christmas charity. Please give what you can.”
Faye Kett, parent of Ella Kett who attends our youth club and playschemes at Children's centre said: “It’s a lifeline. The fact that I can leave my very vulnerable and ill child with these people and trust them, that takes a lot. Just knowing that there is somebody on the other end of the phone that cares and knows what I’m going through is invaluable."
To donate to The Hamlet Charity and be part of this campaign, visit www.totalgiving.co.uk/donate/the-hamlet-centre-trust quoting ‘Evening News’