The Stirling Champions Board provide a platform for care experienced young people to talk directly to local authority staff, elected members and service providers to articulate the challenges that being in care can bring and how these challenges can be faced and overcome with the right support.
Covid-19 Care Pack ♥ Appeal
The Stirling Champs are working hard to put together Care Packs for care experienced young people throughout the Stirling Area. With support from local business such as Vinney’s Bar, Made in Stirling, Loving Food, Bella’s Takeaway, Bookers Cash & Carry, Morrison’s Supermarket & McCormack Carpets, food packs and some toiletries have been sourced already.
If you are in a position to help us show our amazing care experienced young people that Stirling cares for and loves them, please read on …
The Stirling Champions Board is supplying Dry Foods in terms of Pasta, Sauces, Noodles, Tins of Soup/Tuna/Fruit/Veg, and Biscuits. We are also teaming up with Made in Stirling to supply/deliver a hot meal over the weekend. This provision could be rolled out 7 days depending on funds available.
Young people can request, Food Packs, Toiletry Packs or Activity Packs (or a combination).
The Care Packs are short of some basic toiletries:
– Shaving Foam / Razors
– Tooth Paste / Tooth Brushes
– Toilet Rolls
If you were in a position to assist with some of the above or a donation towards purchasing them, you can contact Steven by phone/text on 07786911838.
You can also drop off items above between 10 am and 1 pm on Mondays and Fridays at Vinney’s Bar, Drip Road, Raploch. Please observe social distancing when doing so – Thank you.
Vinney and Steven have set up a money pool on PayPal to fundraise to help the Champs fill the care packs. If you have a few pounds spare, you can click on the following link to contribute towards the Stirling Champs. Thank you ♥
Steven and Molly volunteer with the Stirling Champs every Tuesday night. To find out more about the Stirling Champs you can contact their co-ordinator Tracy Degan Email or find them on Facebook or Twitter.
Who Cares? Scotland’s aim of:
“A Lifetime of Equality, Respect and Love for all Care Experienced Young People”
is Scotland that we want to live in.