Working with CVS: Christmas Toy Drop

nspired by our Toy Drop in Worcester during Stevie’s birthday week in November our wonderful partners at CVS Droitwich asked if they could replicate this using donated toys on Christmas Eve.

Maria Dunn, from CVS said “Once we saw what you did with the toy drop, we were moved by your story and wanted to share your message and hopefully raise some awareness and funds for your charity. At CVS we occasionally are in receipt of toys and games for our Service Users so decided what better way to ensure they reach children in our community as well as telling people the story of Stevie Stones.”

The toys were distributed around Droitwich with some children delighted to find an unexpected gift. More importantly the work which is carried out by Stevie Stones was conveyed to parents and guardians; we hope that through doing this we can identify and support those who may benefit from the work of this charity.

We would appreciate hearing from you – if you need our support or know somebody who does then do not hesitate to call or message; we are here for you.

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