Chetwynd House Care Home Supports their Community, Turning Canned Goods into Can-Do!

Residents, Relatives, and Team at Chetwynd House Care Home Join Forces to Support St. Barnabas Church Food Bank.

In a heartwarming demonstration of community spirit and compassion, Chetwynd House Care Home working with the Alderman Pounder Infant and Nursery School, is thrilled to announce a successful collection of non-perishable food items for the St. Barnabas Church, at Inham Nook, Food Bank.

Residents, their relatives, and the dedicated care team at Chetwynd House have united to make a positive impact on those in need within the local community. Amidst the current economic challenges, the Chetwynd House community has rallied together to help the less fortunate. This charitable endeavour is a testament to the unwavering commitment of everyone involved to extend a helping hand to those facing food insecurity in their local community.

Residents at Chetwynd House have shown remarkable kindness by collecting and donating non-perishable food items. Their desire to give back to the community that surrounds them is truly inspiring, and it exemplifies the compassion and empathy that define the Chetwynd House values. Additionally, the relatives of Chetwynd House residents have played a pivotal role in this initiative. Their support and willingness to contribute to this charitable cause have been instrumental in the success of the food drive.

The dedicated care team at Chetwynd House has shown exceptional leadership and organisational skills in coordinating this effort. The collected non-perishable food items were donated earlier this week to Rev. John Strickland of St. Barnabas Church Food Bank, a vital community resource that helps individuals and families. Chetwynd House Care Home is proud to support the food bank’s mission and to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need.

Home Manager at Chetwynd House, expressed their gratitude and pride in the community’s efforts, stating, “At Chetwynd House, we believe in the power of compassion and community. This food drive demonstrates the incredible strength and generosity of our residents, their families, and our dedicated team. We are honoured to support St. Barnabas Church Food Bank and make a meaningful difference in the lives of our neighbours and local community.”

The Chetwynd House community remains committed to ongoing acts of kindness and support for the local community. This initiative reflects the care home’s unwavering dedication to fostering a sense of belonging and making a positive impact beyond its doors.

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