Since our AGM in November we have had over 30 partners sign up to our 25 and Counting Campaign, standing beside The Door and the work it does in the Stroud District.
Here is what some of them have been up to:
There have been Door Sundays at Stroud Christian Fellowship and Dursley Tabernacle. Stroud Methodist Church have one booked for June. Could your Church host a Door Sunday in the next few months?
Archway School has been running a T-Shirt design competition with the theme ‘Young People In Stroud’ Judging starts next week and we can’t wait to see what the students have come up with. Also watch this space as the winning designs will be on sale soon through Tboom.
Dursley Town and Cam parish councils are continuing to support our work at The Vibe and Woodfield Centre, Stroud Rotary Club have been fundraising for us and The Keith Jefferies foundation are supporting the upcoming Undiscovered Youth Reunion Concert. Tickets available at The Stroud Subscription Rooms
Winstones Ice Creams have been selling ‘Union Jack’ ice creams to raise funds for us, Provident Supported our Christmas Hamper Deliveries and most recently we have teamed up with PWD Law. What could you Business do to stand beside The Door?
Staying at home in Social Isolation is taking its toll on all of us. Whether you’re a young person struggling with learning at home and missing your friends or a parent trying to juggle the demands of working from home and educating your children, The Door understands where you’re coming from. We are the leading youth charity in Stroud with nearly 30 years experience of supporting young people and their families when times get tough. One of our highly skilled professionals is there for you.
In order to protect the identity of the young person /parent in our stories some details including names and places may have been changed