You Are Not Alone
The Mayor of Enfield Charity Appeal Fund 2020 - 2022
“You are not alone”
These T shirts were made in Enfield with the 100% Organic Cotton fabrics Knitted in Leicester and Dyed in Manchester.
The Primary Schools in Enfield pupils took part in a competision about the Covid-19 pandemic and lock downs we all had. the team given was " YOU ARE NOT ALONE" over 200 Pupils contributed and these are the one chosen to be printed and offered for sale.
100% OF THE SALES WILL BE DONATED TO THE MAYOR'S CHARITY to support the chosen causes with the chosen Charities below.
EACH OF THESE T SHIRTS STITCHED AND PRINTED BY THE MAYOR PERSONALLY.
The Mayor’s Chosen Charities For 2020-22
It is widely acknowledged that the challenge to society of helping many in our community is one of the great issues of our times.Cllr Sabri Ozaydin’s contribution will hopefully play a role in helping as many people as possible through the charities that have been chosen this year, to ensure that Enfield is a place that has great empathy with those facing challenge in their lives.
All have a stake in trying to ensure that everyone has the best possible quality of life in our Borough. When the most vulnerable people are supported, understood and given hope and care by the wider community, a great sense of community spirit is achieved. The Charity will be preparing to fund raise as much as possible to help those who need help the most and as many organizations as possible will be urged to be part of this plight this year and help me make a difference.
Below is a short biography on each charity for information:
North Middlesex Hospital General Charitable Fund 1054451
A new charity has been identified by the North Middlesex University College Hospital in Edmonton in response to the Covid 19 Pandemic and the public wishing to make direct donations to this wonderful cause. They fund projects, ideas and opportunities brought to them by staff, patients and the local community that the NHS budget cannot cover. North Mid Charity,
They have been overwhelmed with support from the local community and supporters during the pandemic. Generous donations received have made a huge difference to staff and patients, through which they have been able to:
- Create a well-being space and programme for all the staff
- To support the front-line staff and workers who lost their lives due to Covid-19
- To support the front-line staff and worker's families who lost their family member due to Covid-19
- Domestic violence and violence against women
- Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
The North Middex Hospital are also raising money to fund a project to revamp a secret garden within the hospital, helping create a safe haven for children during their stay. The existing children’s garden which is in the main hospital building will be redesigned by children, to create a safe and fun space for our young patients and their parents/carers during their time in hospital to support their recovery and mental wellbeing.
They also work with Independent Domestic Violence Advisors in maternity and across the services.
The Felix Project (Food Bank)
Charity Number: 1168183
The Felix Project is a London-based food redistribution waste charity set up in 2016 to tackle both issues and in fact has an Enfield based premises. They have played a huge part in providing food to the residents of our Borough during the Pandemic.
1.5 million adults in London struggle to afford to eat every day, 400,000 children are at risk of missing the next meal. Meanwhile, our food industry generates almost 2 million tonnes of good, edible surplus food each year. They rescue good, surplus food from the food industry that cannot be sold and would otherwise go to waste. This is high-quality and nutritious, including a high proportion of fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, salads, meat and fish. They collect or receive food from over 450 suppliers, including supermarkets, wholesalers, farms, restaurants and delis. They then sort and then deliver this food to over 400 front-line charities, primary schools and holiday programmes in London. That way, food that would have gone to waste is reaching vulnerable people, homeless, people with mental health or those who simply cannot afford to buy regular, healthy food.
The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre
Charity Number: 1094435
The Nightingale was formed by a local group of concerned individuals who felt that more could be done to support people affected by cancer in Enfield. Working together with existing local services to ensure comprehensive support. Help patients, relatives, carers, friends or those who are affected by cancer.
Edmonton Eagles Boxing Club
Charity Number: 1112071
Offer free boxing sessions for the local youth to get involved. It is not only somewhere positive but also mentored, building healthy relationships with dedicated coaches. More importantly these resources help reduce offending and re-offending.
Edmonton Eagles Boxing Club – contact number 0208 807 2228 - – The Mayor is encouraged to raise funds to support local people and is a project of the registered Charity which is called Community Heart (London) – 1112071.
Enfield Town Football Club Community Sports Development Ltd
Charity Number: 1187221
The charity helps children/young people, elderly/old people, people with disabilities, other charities or voluntary bodies, the general public/mankind. They run Enfield Town Saturday Football School and Disability Football Team. They provide buildings/facilities/open space, services and advocacy/advice/information.
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