Away from it all

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Adults & Children

Working jointly with Mothers Union we recognised there were so many families in West Cumbria who couldn’t afford a holiday and time away from daily life. We met with Tom Milburn of Seacote Holiday Park and together we now provide much needed holidays for families in need. We are always looking for sponsors of our beautiful caravan which overlooks the Irish Sea at St Bees. Each holiday consists of a 3, 5 or 7-day break. Our Caravan comes with basic food, toys, bucket and spade plus towels and a handy welcome pack!

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Time to Change wouldn’t be able to do half the things we do without the support and backing of our local communities. The generosity of individuals, community groups and businesses in West Cumbria has enabled us to continue to grow our Calderwood House project as well as numerous other initiatives that support those in need. To be able to continue caring for people who need it most, we rely on your continued support and generosity.

There are many ways you can get involved and help keep Time to Change moving forward. From a one-off donation to regular donations by direct debit, legacy gifts or corporate fundraising for us, every penny donated goes straight back into our projects, helping to provide life-saving support for many. Other ways you can contribute include taking action and joining our cause and volunteering for us. We rely on volunteers, in addition to residents, to help run Calderwood House, to sell our fundraising coffee and candles and to spread the word at events. Other projects such as the McKenzie Friend Support Service wouldn’t be possible without the time given by volunteers. Help us continue to do what we do best by joining our mission for change.

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