Services across The Calico Group have been inundated by generous donations of over 300 Easter eggs from companies and individuals across the North West.
The Calico Group launched a campaign earlier this year to encourage to ‘give up’ an Easter egg for Lent, which will be donated to people in need.
Donations were received from a number of people and companies who wanted to help spread goodwill among some of The Calico Group’s most vulnerable service users and their children, including:
- Daisy Communications
- Peter Scott Printers
- Audi Preston
- Virgin Money
- Yorkshire Building Society
- Wipe Your Tears.
Staff from across The Calico Group also donated Easter eggs to the campaign.
The eggs were given to people who use The Calico Group’s charitable services including:
- SafeNet Domestic Abuse Services, which protects victims and survivors of domestic abuse through the provision of safe refuge and support services
- Acorn Recovery Projects, an innovative charity providing a range of recovery services which enable individuals and their families to break free from addiction
- Delphi Medical, a leading independent provider of drug and alcohol treatment in the UK.
For more information about the services provided by The Calico Group, visit calico.org.uk