Support the Oasis Centre
This year, instead of the 'Shoe Box Appeal' we are asking for your support to provide a Christmas party for the Oasis centre in Gorton.
The Oasis Centre is a lifeline for for over 100 people each week, including families living on benefits, long-term unemployed people, asylum seekers and refugees, homeless people, ex-offenders and those struggling with alcohol and drug problems or mental illness.
The mission of the centre is to provide the unconditional love, care and support required to enable people in our community to overcome the deprivation around them, and to live peaceful, productive and fulfilled lives.
They provide an essential 'first rung on the ladder' for those who are hardest to reach; people whose lives are characterised by crisis, loneliness and despair.
They enable people to address the often complex issues behind their immediate needs, with compassion and respect.
If you are able to make a donation, please pass it to Rev. Fiona Robinson at St John's or 1, Drumblefield or leave with Sue Roycroft, Roadside House, Chelford
or you can donate here Oasis Centre Donations
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