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Alfie’s Family Support Packages



As the Coronavirus continues to sweep across the country, Embrace has launched new services for children and young people harmed by serious crime, of whatever type.

Alfie’s family support packages are now available for children and families who are battling poverty as well as crime.

Referrals are invited from our police partners – Family Liaison Officers, Victims and Witnesses Hubs and Sexual Abuse Referral Centres.

We’ll make an initial assessment for the support requested. Once approved each child will have the option to pick 1 Essential, 1 Educational and 1 Entertainment item off Alfie’s Hardship Fund Wishlist

To let us know which items you would like included in your family support package please email us at .

Alternatively you can view our brochure, leave a tick next to the items you would like and return to us at

Click below to download our family support package brochure.

Family Support Package Brochure
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Alfie’s family support packages are available for children who have been harmed by serious crime and who are now living in households plunged into poverty as a direct result of COVID-19. 

We accept referrals for children directly or indirectly affected by crime. For example, a child impacted by sexual abuse plus their siblings.

Referrals for Alfie’s Family Support Packages are invited from our police partners – Family Liaison Officers, Victims and Witnesses Hubs and Sexual Abuse Referral Centres.

How to refer

To make a referral, please complete our online referral form making sure to choose ‘Alfie’s Hardship Fund – Practical Support’ in the drop-down menu.

Please complete one form per family you wish to nominate.

We’ll verify and confirm your nomination, contacting the family directly for the list of items they would like included in their family support package.

Alfie’s Hardship Fund

If you would like to donate to Alfie’s Hardship Fund you can do so by clicking on the “Donate” button below.

All monies raised go towards helping young victims of crime who find themselves in financially-hit households as a result of the COVID-19 virus.