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Bringing bundles of joy!


Clare Raper and two other local mums set up a charity based in Beverley, serving the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull. Bundles of Joy was launched on 1 November last year using Facebook as a platform for promotion ( Clare is a former teacher and has worked in the care sector as a volunteer supporting mothers in birth. She was struck by the poverty and lack of support that many mother’s face in parts of our area. Through the generosity of donations, the charity make up bundles of baby and children essentials. These are distributed to families in need within the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull area. The charity’s clients are identified by health professionals, Children’s centres and other agencies ensuring the help is provided exactly where it is needed. The Charity’s vision is to make a difference to local families who need a helping hand. The Charity has the generous use of part of some commercial premises to store goods. Clare applied for a grant of £2,000 from the Tribune Trust which will help buy materials and support the core costs of the charity. Commenting on the presentation Paul Cheeseman, the Director of the Tribune Trust said; 'The Trustees were extremely impressed with the innovation demonstrated by Clare and were delighted to be able to support such important work'

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