KWC Distributes support to families Christmas Dinners
KWC following a successful application to the Ards and North Down Borough Council Hardship Fund, were pleased to to bring festive cheer to the community. With the support of the council’s fund, Kilcooley Women’s Centre has procured turkeys that were distributed to clients of the social supermarket.The successful application to the Hardship Fund reflects Kilcooley Women’s Centre’s commitment to addressing the needs of the community, particularly during the holiday season. The turkeys and accompanying Christmas dinner ingredients aimed to bring comfort and joy to individuals and families facing economic challenges.“We are grateful for the support from the Ards and North Down Borough Council Hardship Fund, which has allowed us to extend a helping hand to those in our community who may be experiencing difficulties during this festive season,” said Alison Blayney, CEO at Kilcooley Women’s Centre.
The partnership with the Ards and North Down Borough Council exemplifies the collaborative efforts underway to make a positive impact on the lives of local residents. By providing essential ingredients for a Christmas dinner, the initiative seeks to create a sense of warmth and community spirit during what can be a challenging time for many.Kilcooley Women’s Centre remains committed to supporting the well-being of the community and expresses gratitude to the Ards and North Down Borough Council for their partnership in this meaningful endeavour.
Ards and North Down Borough Council is committed to promoting the well-being of its residents and supporting initiatives that contribute to the overall welfare of the community. The Hardship Fund is one of several initiatives aimed at addressing economic challenges faced by individuals and organizations within the borough.