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Thanks to our generous community donations, Nunhead Knock has been able to provide much needed nappies, wet wipes and tins of food to support the 12 families who lost their homes due to a fire in Deptford last week. Thanks to everyone who got involved to make this happen.
A big THANK YOU 💚 to @coccomiooil who donated 108 x 500g jars and 4 x 4L tubs of coconut oil to us on Monday. 🙌🏼
That’s 61kg of coconut oil! 🥥 Coconut oil is great for cooking, hair care and skincare so we have given:
• 96 jars and 2 x 4L tubs to the Westminster House Youth Club for local families
• 12 jars to The Green to include in food parcels
• 2 x 4L tubs are being used for cooking hot meals for local residents
Overnight an urgent call came in. She had run out and had been giving her own hot meals brilliantly supplied by NHK’s to her grandchildren for a couple of days.She said was embarrassed to ask for more help. I, of course, explained that there was nothing to be embarrassed about in any way.We did a food shop for her this morning and through everyone’s hard work and the generosity and compassion of our donators set up a plan to keep her and her grandchildren fed for the next few weeks until she is out of isolation and their mum leaves hospital. She has called twice since to say thank you both times with tears of happiness. She said gratitude doesn’t cover how she feels!
We’re now collecting spare mobile phones and tables for London Rainbow 🌈 Many patients arrive at hospital without a phone or tablet to stay in touch with their families. In some cases, doctors and nurses have resorted to lending patients their own phones to call home during their last moments. London Rainbow work directly with doctors, nurses, carers and community workers to deliver repurposed donated devices (from the public) to where the need is greatest across London health and care services and most vulnerable residents.