Johnston Campbell is supporting Homecare Independent Living and the ‘iCare at Christmas’ Campaign.
The iCare campaign aims to provide gifts to disadvantaged or vulnerable children, teenagers and adults. When we met with iCare committee member Joanne Murray she said ‘Recent research highlights that 32% of those who presented as homeless are families meaning that there are at least 6,000 children in Northern Ireland living in unsuitable, unstable housing. Males aged between 26 and 59, presented at the highest risk. Being a single male who is homeless can mean the likelihood of receiving support with housing is extremely low.’
This probably means that the most vulnerable in our society will not likely receive any gifts this Christmas. Johnston Campbell is pleased to support the iCare campaign by donating £250 of gifts for young and older adults which will be distributed to Women’s Aid Hostels, De Paul Ireland Family Hostels, Simon Community, MACS and HCIL Housing clients. You can find out more about the charity on https://icarecharity.com/icareatchristmas.
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