The fantastic local organisation provides practical help and enriches the quality of life for severely disabled, life threatened and life limited children aged up to six years old across Gloucestershire. And it is run by the most positive and enthusiastic bunch of people you are ever likely to meet.
SoGlos was treated to a tour around its Kite’s Corner headquarters in Gloucester today and we were delighted to see some of the amazing facilities its little guests have to enjoy there. We also heard more about the respite care the Trust’s nurses provide in children’s homes, and about some of the hundreds of families the charity has helped over the past 23 years.
We left positively determined to help this fantastic Gloucestershire charity in any way that we can, and we hope that some of our 82,000 readers will help spread the word about the James Hopkins Trust too.
See SoGlos unveils James Hopkins Trust as charity of the year for more information.