We need the help of primary school children to ensure that the PNECET Helping Hampers being delivered to vulnerable members of the community continue to include plenty of colour and inspiration alongside the more essential items.
The campaign has now been in operation for four weeks, with 350 hampers containing essential food, drink and toiletries having been delivered during that time.
🌈 Since asking for pictures and inspiring messages for care home residents last week, #PLPrimaryStars in Preston have sent us some real works of art. ✨— Preston North End Community and Education Trust (@pnecommunity) April 8, 2020
Nicely combined with the #RainbowOfHope challenge, too! 🧑🎨
🙌 #PNECET #StayHomeSaveLives #pnefc pic.twitter.com/ulKZMiBrVn
Hampers also consist of a range of reading materials to keep recipients engaged as well, though, with inspiring drawings and messages of hope – including the rainbows of hope which many households have displayed in their window – from primary school children among just some of these items.
We are now encouraging more primary school children to get in touch with their submissions so that we include them in the PNECET Helping Hampers.
Seeing the artwork of children and their motivational messages at this difficult have the potential to brighten someone’s day and we would love to continue including them in our hampers.
You can download a template to draw or colour in your #RainbowOfHope below. Share your efforts with us on social media by tagging @pnecommunity on Twitter, @PNECET on Facebook or using the hashtag #PNECET or email your children’s efforts to email@example.com.