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Chocolate Drop Review from a Volunteer

Published on December 11, 2018 by David

Our son Joshy was 5 weeks old when he was rushed into Northwick Park Hospital with septicaemia. He spent a lot of time in Jack’s Place when he was a baby and was very poorly. Not only were all the staff incredible but they also saved Joshy’s life.  So, when we saw Julian Fraser asking for volunteers to give chocolate boxes to children on the wards we thought what an amazing idea and way of giving back.
For the last 9 years we have been going to hospital wards with both our boys to give chocolate boxes to children that are in hospital over the holiday season.
Our boys receive so much over the holidays and are truly grateful for everything they have but once a year it’s our family tradition to do a huge mitzvah and put smiles on poorly children’s faces.
It’s easy to pick them up and it really is only an hour or so out of your day. I highly recommend it!

Cat Clare

This year’s project we are focusing on the gratitude ethos of the project as such we are sharing thoughts of leaders and participants of the project on this subject. Would you like to contribute? Send us your thoughts to info@lightupalife.org.uk

   

 

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