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Archive for January, 2021

Two lucky children win video call with Santa

Monday 21 December 2020 Francesca (8) and Sebastian (6) were so excited on Friday when they spoke to Santa on a video call only days before Christmas! The children were the lucky winners in our ‘Video call with Santa competition’ which was launched to promote Embrace Child Victims of Crime’s

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British Sugar donates £350 to Dear Santa campaign

Friday 19 December 2020 British Sugar has donated £350 to Dear Santa to help children affected by serious crime in Peterborough. Peterborough-based charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime (Embrace CVOC) launched its Dear Santa 2020 campaign to make Christmas magical for children who have suffered through serious crime. More than

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Accent supports Dear Santa with £500 donation

Thursday 17 December 2020 An housing association is the latest organisation to show its support for our Dear Santa 2020 campaign – with a £500 donation. Accent’s regional office for the East, which is based at Stuart House, St John’s Street, Peterborough has also adopted Dear Santa as its Christmas

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Airwave staff elf with wrapping

11 December 2020 Staff from Airwave, which provides the communications network for the emergency services, travelled to Peterborough to support The Dear Santa campaign. The team travelled from all over the country to join staff from Embrace Child Victims of Crime at its offices in Copse Court, Thorpe Wood, Peterborough

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Amazon gives Dear Santa £5,000

10 December 2020 Amazon is backing our Dear Santa campaign to deliver a magical Christmas for children who have suffered trauma through serious crime with a £5,000 donation. Peterborough-based national charity Embrace Child Victims of Crime (Embrace CVOC) launched its Dear Santa 2020 campaign last month to provide Christmas gifts

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Giving children the gift of hope

Thursday 3 December 2020  When seven-year-old Maisie* received a sparkly new bracelet from her mummy she was thrilled. After years of neglect and witnessing horrible domestic violence Maisie, who lived just outside of Peterborough, had got something to treasure. Then her mum told her it was a present to say

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