Our 25 & Counting celebration year is half way through!
It’s been a great 6 months so far, and we’re really excited that 41 ‘partners’ have already signed up to Stand Up & Be Counted with us at The Door – wanting to play their part in helping young people and their families be safe, secure and reach their potential.
Some of the ways they’re doing that:
Organisations – other local charities and the police showcased their work at our Open Day. We’re now working with 5 parish/town councils to transform their communities.
Schools – we have developed our relationships with Rednock and Archway, and a number of primary schools are bringing their year 6s for a taster day in The Stroud Drop-in.
Churches – continue to pray for and with us. We’ve been able to speak at several services, and have been blessed by volunteers.
Businesses – established relationships become stronger, with commitment of finance, time and expertise. A number of new contacts have been made, with us benefiting from donations in kind.
The rest of the year will involve lots more great developments, with a few exciting surprises in store too. We’ll be ending the year with the return of our patron, Mary-Jess, headlining our annual Christmas Presence concert in St Laurence church.
For more information, and to sign up to get involved in this special year go to thedoor.org.uk/25
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