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Home  >  News  >  CrossReach Launches Emergency Appeal

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CrossReach Launches Emergency Appeal

Monday March 30 2020

The Church of Scotland’s social care council has launched an emergency appeal to enable it to continue its services during the coronavirus outbreak.

The council, which operates as CrossReach, says its services to some of the most vulnerable people in Scotland have come under increasing pressure during the crisis. Residential care services are facing staffing shortages as staff self-isolate, and services for children and families, and for vulnerable adults, must be delivered in different ways that cost extra.

The appeal states: “Please consider helping CrossReach to provide all of these vital services by making a donation today. We will use your donation where there is the greatest immediate need. Please consider making a single gift or a regular monthly donation to help us in this time of extraordinary need.

“Please also pray for the health and well-being of those we work with, the CrossReach staff team and all our wonderful supporters.”

You can donate at www.justgiving.com/crossreachchurch/donate

 


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