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Could You Support Nugent Care? February 3, 2009

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Charity.

nugentcareWorking with a charity is philanthropic step most companies endeavour to take, though sometimes don’t know where to begin. Why not let the Chamber offer you a helping hand?

If you didn’t already know, the Chamber has a Charity of the Year for 2009 – Nugent Care.

We’d like to offer your organisation the opportunity to join up with us in supporting Nugent Care by helping us with some projects in aid of the charity over the coming months.

No matter how little you contribute: whether it be expertise, products, voluntary hours or money – we would love to hear from you.

Having fought off stiff competition from a whole host of other Merseyside charities, Nugent Care did enough to impress a panel of judges comprised of Chamber staff and a representative from Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Service (LCVS).

Nugent Care is one of the oldest, largest and most diverse charities in the city and specialises in providing care for vulnerable children and adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs and social problems.

The charity was established by the work of Father James Nugent, a Roman Catholic Priest from Liverpool who pioneered child welfare, poverty relief and social reform during the 1850s.

Today, Nugent Care provides a wide range of services to those who need it most across Merseyside.

Once the weather gets a little better over the coming weeks and months, the Chamber will be working to plan a garden project for Nugent Care. If you have any expertise, donations or voluntary time – or would simply like to help us in planning the garden, we’d love to hear from you.

There are many other ways to help our Charity of the Year. If you would like more information, contact Jenny Stewart on 0151 227 1234 or jenny.stewart@liverpoolchamber.org.uk


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