Local Businesses & Organisations Support Freedom Fostering at Christmas

Several local businesses within the West Midlands and Shropshire came together this year for the festive period to support us, offering gifts, donations and money for the children’s gifts.  Jade Lloyd, one of our students also did us proud by raising £70 towards Children’s Activities over the Christmas period.

We would personally like to thank:

The Body Shop

The Body Shop sent us a great box of goodies containing all of their well-known healthcare and beauty products for all the children and young people.  It included makeup, face cream, and other healthcare essentials that will make them feel special this Christmas.


LUSH in Telford made a spectacular effort this year with helping our Christmas effort.  Maureen collected the box of goodies from the store and the team were very generous in their offering of miniature twilight bath bombs, lotions, tonics, toners.  We really think that their donation will help make a difference to the lives of children in our care.

The Grand Theatre

This year’s production of Jack and the Beanstalk has been a fantastic hit in Wolverhampton, and the Grand Theatre was generous enough to offer a ticket to every foster carer and child to attend one of their matinee shows just before Christmas.  Fifty-four of them attended the event on Friday 15th December to watch the star-studded performance and were blown away by the magic and mischief provided by Gareth Gates as Jack, Lisa Riley as Mother Nature, Doreen Tipton as the Trot’s lazy next door neighbour, Ian Adams as Dame Trot and Adam C Booth as Simple Simon, and television star Graham Cole as the evil Fleshcreep.

Shrewsbury Seventh Day Adventist Church

A generous donation was made of £65 by the organisers at Shrewsbury Seventh Day Adventist Church in Shropshire which has enabled us to provide great presents for the children and young people in our care.

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