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Alfie’s Hardship Fund

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ALFIE’S HARDSHIP FUND LAUNCHED – Please donate today, online if you can!

ALL our lives have changed dramatically as we find ways to cope with the restrictions in our everyday lives.

Unfortunately lots of young victims of crime will be even more disadvantaged.

Many already live in cash-strapped homes – many more will now be facing severe financial problems.

Help us to help them! With your help, we can deliver practical support directly to those who most need it.

We are using our police partners to identify those who need help and we are making the referral process as simple as possible.

WHAT YOUR MONEY BUYS

Our support makes a big difference in brightening young people’s lives after the devastating effects of crime.

£20 funds books or educational toys for children who are home schooling at this current time.

£50 buys clothing or food vouchers for single parents following domestic violence.

£100 buys equipment for schooling for low income families harmed by crime. 

£300 buys online and telephone emotional support for children affected by crime.

£500 buys a course of telephone therapy for a child in crisis.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

MAKE A DONATION
Donate online to Alfie’s Hardship Fund help support children battling poverty as well as crime.  

DONATE YOUR OLD COMMUTE FARE
Working from home? Why not donate your old commute fare to those who need it most? 

WORD OF MOUTH
Tell your friends, family and colleagues about our emergency appeal to support children harmed by crime in the current Covid-19 crisis.

SOCIAL MEDIA
Share #AlfiesFund with your followers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, adding your personal support for the campaign. We’ve put together a supporters pack which you can download here.

Thank you so much in advance for your support and donations, it really means a lot and will help to give children and families vital support during these uncertain times.

If you would like to get in touch please email us at: Alfiesfund@embracecvoc.org.uk

EMBRACE VIRUS SUPPORT  – NEW SERVICES NOW IN PLACE!

WITH the country battling COVID-19, Embrace has launched new services for children and young people harmed by serious crime, of whatever type.

Our emotional support can be accessed by telephone or online.

For young victims of crime who now find themselves in financially-hit households as a result of the virus, we’ve launched a Hardship Appeal Fund to provide practical support. 

Our Hardship Fund will help us to provide essential items such as food and clothing; educational toys and items; including tablets for home learning and communication. To find out more about our family support packages please click here.

Referrals for both emotional and practical (hardship) support are invited from our police partners – Family Liaison Officers, Victims and Witnesses Hubs and Sexual Abuse Referral Centres.

To make a referral, please complete our online referral form by clicking on the button below.