News: Vote now for Time 4 Children

Posted on 15th June 2017

Sainsbury’s    Local Charity of the Year

We are delighted that the staff at Sainsbury’s, Bannister Way, Haywards Heath have chosen Time 4 Children as one of three local charities that customers can vote for to be Sainsbury’s new Charity Partner for 2017!

Since 2005 we have made a huge difference to the lives of more than 750 local children aged between 4 and 12, by giving each and every one of them the long-term 1:1 Emotional Listening Support they need.

This year our team of highly trained volunteers have supported 55 emotionally vulnerable children in Mid Sussex.

We currently have 25 local children waiting for us to help them. When a child has emotional problems, the impact on the whole family is devastating. We make such a difference to children’s lives but as a small charity it really is an uphill struggle to raise money to keep going.

 

If our service is lost due to a lack of funding, more than 50 children every year will suffer in silence and alone….. And their emotional problems will not go away.

 

There is still a stigma around younger children’s emotional well-being, please help us to change that.

 

Help us to help these children by voting for us.  Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

 

Please vote for Time 4 Children to be Sainsbury’s new Charity of the Year!

All votes must be in by 25th June.  You can vote in store, just drop your coins in Time 4 Children’s box or vote online:  https://www.sainsburyslocalcharity.co.uk/

Please visit our website: http://www.time4children.org.uk/

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