Memory jar donations appeal

Last week my colleague Katie and I met with 2 very special people. Meet Holly and Max. Max is 5 years old and loves trains, Holly is 8, she is shy, kind and always holds the door open you to pass through.

On this day we made memory jars. Holy and Max were so proud when they finished and excited to take the jars home.

We need your help to make more moments like these possible for all our clients.

If you have empty jam jars, some table salt or coloured chalk, please send it to our service, and support us bringing more happy smiles into our client’s lives.


To make 1 memory jar we need:

Empty jar (with lid)
Table salt
Coloured chalk
Cotton balls

Bereavement Support Officer

#GiveMe5 – Double your £5 donation on Nov 29th and Dec 16th 2016 through Localgiving!

We just wanted to let you know that Harmless and the Tomorrow Project are taking part in Localgiving’s upcoming #GiveMe5 campaigns.

On November 29th and December 16th 2016, Localgiving will be matching
1000 X £5 donations.

29th November is #GivingTuesday, a day when people around the world come together to give back.

16th December is Local Charities Day,  a new government run celebration of small, local charities and community groups

Each campaign is open for 24 hours giving you the option to donate at a time that suits you. All £5 donations have the same chance of being matched. At the end of each campaign 1,000 donations will be randomly selected to benefit from an additional £5 of match funding, with successful donors being notified within 3 working days.

Please consider supporting us, you can visit our Localgiving page by clicking here!

If there’s anyone you know who might be interested in running a fundraising campaign for a local charity in the near future, then please let them know about Grow Your Tenner. There’s never been a better time to start fundraising!

Thank you for your support!

If you’d like to know more about #GiveMe5, please click here for full details.