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Bags of Hope

by Michael Ford last modified 09 Apr, 2020 07:50 AM

A Dorset mum and daughter are creating 'Bags of Hope' for those struggling with debt this Easter.

Bags of Hope

Photo courtesy Dorset Echo

Sara and her 8-year-old daughter, who are members of Refresh - the Church of Weymouth and Portland in Action - have used the lockdown to focus on others at Easter.

They have created the ‘Bags of Hope’ for clients who are working their way out of debt with the support of Christians against Poverty in Weymouth and Portland.

The bags containing Easter goodies will be left on individual doorsteps over the Easter weekend, in Easter Bunny style!

Sarah said she hoped this gesture would be a message of hope and encouragement to clients of CAP and a reminder that Easter is a great celebration for Christians.

Special thanks were given to Matthews Computer Services, Wessex FM, Radipole School PTFA, and the local Foodbank for their donations to the bags.

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