Becoming a Different Kind of Human

A Community project Woolwich, London, United Kingdom

Support SHSA inspiring 12th Dec 2015 event for those facing bereavement or loneliness this Christmas season.

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In a world that is often filled with negative influences, deprivation, and despair, this Christmas Season we need your help to inspire change and hope in the lives of children, young people and families.  SHSA is organising a unique FREE event called 'Becoming a Different Kind of Human'.  The stories and pieces that will be shared through our 'Becoming a Different Kind of Human' performances will encourage and motivate people of all ages to take hold of something new that can make a positive difference in their lives.  The event also includes FREE light bites for everyone.  Our 4 hour event has been designed to provide an uplifting day with performances and theapeutic activities.  SHSA will bring together professionals in Mental Health, Employment, Arts and Food to work alongside local organisations during what is often one of the hardest financial and emotional times of the year.  We are very grateful for the support of the Cheif Executive of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Mr John Comber, who has for the second year granted SHSA Educational Spaces the use of Woolwich Public Hall.  We are also pleased to have the support of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Day Opportunities and AWS Woolwich.

Over the past three years we have witness many who are elderly, have disabilities, depressed or lonely who need support during the Christmas Season.  This event will be our third free Festive programme at the Town Hall Woolwich, Greenwich.  Last year 250 participants took part in our 'Windows of Hope' free event.   This year, on 12th December 2015 from 11-4pm, with your support we will once again offer those who are suffering from bereavement, loneliness, or facing despair a place where many locals will join together to see performances, eat and share hope and warmth during this Christmas season. So far we have over 200 people registered to attend our 2015 event.

Please help us get this needed event off the ground!  Your support will make it possible to provide all of the therapeutic art activities and preformances we have planned for the day. Your donation will touch the lives of many.

 

Thank you!

 

The SHSA Team

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