What Good Shall We Do in 2020?

We are fast approaching 2020, which is a scary thought; I’m sure you’ll agree that this past year has absolutely flown by!

In 2020 lets spread kindness like it's confetti ....

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas

We hope you all had a wonderful Christmas filled with joy, laughter, warmth, wonderful moments with your loved ones and something very special under the Christmas tree.

Caring is Sharing .....

In the past  few months we have supported the following charities:
Action for M.E. 500.00
Active Hope 250.00
Angling 4 Success 500.00
Brainwave 250.00
Butterfly Trust 250.00
Homeless Support Project 500.00
NARA The Breathing Company 500.00
Playschule 250.00
Young Bristol 678.00

The Mears Foundation has chosen to support these charities based on specific criteria.

We can make a difference to people’s lives across the world...

Tis the Season for Spreading Christmas Cheer !

AGE UK CHRISTMAS LUNCH –  annual Christmas Lunch was held on 12th December with 12 lunches being served to the guests of Age UK. The guests attended the Age UK Carol Service at the Clifton Methodist Church before moving into the church hall to be served a 2 course traditional lunch by our team of volunteers. The food was provided through funding from Mears Foundation and was cooked and prepared by volunteers from our team including office staff, operatives and managers. The lunch was followed by an entertainer and a raffle with some of our volunteers dancing with the guests. Once again, an excellent day was had by guests and volunteers alike.
LIGHTHOUSE HOMES – SOUP & SANDWICHES – as part of our annual Christmas event, our team prepared homemade soup and sandwiches and delivered them to the Lighthouse Homes homeless shelter in Rotherham for their clients.
SHILOH – SOUP – approximately 70 portions of soup were made by our team and delivered to Shiloh for them to freeze and use as required. This annual donation was made possible by the financial donation from The Mears Foundation.
SAFE-HAVEN – SOUP – a quantity of homemade soup equivalent to approximately 70 portions was collected by representatives from Safe-Haven from our Christmas kitchen along with a quantity of bread donated by the School of Artisan Food. This soup and bread was used by their outreach team to support the needy people of Rotherham through the nights of Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. This donation was made possible through the financial grant from The Mears Foundation.