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Cyclone Idai has devastated huge areas of southern Africa, affecting millions of people.

Oxfam teams and local partner organisations are on the ground in all three countries and will be responding with emergency water and toilets as well as food, shelter and other essential items.

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Childhood bereavement charity Winston's Wish - giving hope to grieving children has just announced Emily Eavis as a new patron.

Winston’s Wish was set up in 1992 to provide support to children and young people who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. It was the first childhood bereavement charity to be established in the UK, and today continues to lead the way in childhood bereavement support services.

Said Emily: “I'm honoured to have been invited to become a patron of Winston’s Wish. I have huge respect and gratitude for the work that Winston’s Wish does to support children and young people who have lost a parent or sibling, which I experienced first-hand after losing my mum.”

Young people who are experiencing bereavement can access support via the charity’s dedicated young person’s website help2makesense.org/ where they can also access its online chat service.

Parents and professionals supporting a bereaved child or young person can call the Freephone National Helpline on 08088 020 021 for on-going support and advice. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm. www.winstonswish.org
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Childhood bereavement charity Winstons Wish - giving hope to grieving children has just announced Emily Eavis as a new patron.

Winston’s Wish was set up in 1992 to provide support to children and young people who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling. It was the first childhood bereavement charity to be established in the UK, and today continues to lead the way in childhood bereavement support services.

Said Emily: “Im honoured to have been invited to become a patron of Winston’s Wish. I have huge respect and gratitude for the work that Winston’s Wish does to support children and young people who have lost a parent or sibling, which I experienced first-hand after losing my mum.”

Young people who are experiencing bereavement can access support via the charity’s dedicated young person’s website help2makesense.org/ where they can also access its online chat service.

Parents and professionals supporting a bereaved child or young person can call the Freephone National Helpline on 08088 020 021 for on-going support and advice. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.  www.winstonswish.org

 

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Vicki Wakeman

Fabulous news - a wonderful Charity!

Henry Crinkle

I've messaged them on a couple of occasions hoping for help for my children (they couldn't) Wish they supported in Wales. Such a worthy charity.

A charity close to my 💚

A very very worthwhile charity

Maya Blackwell

Love this x

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