It’s been a tough 2020, but we’ve got through it, stuck together and learned new skills.As a community, we’ve worked together to understand the world a little better. We’ve launched a radio station, welcomed new staff & created our vision mission.We are thankful to our staff, volunteers, residents, service users, supporters, family & friends!We’ve grown, created, crafted, learned, made and celebrated together!Here’s to a safe, inspiring, healthy & fun 2021!
We have lots of exciting plans for the New Year – what are your 2021 plans? If you’re looking to support charity or get involved with the local community we have lots of opportunities for you to be a #CamphillChampion and help us continue supporting adults with learning disabilities and autism. For more info DM us or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can use 2021 to make a positive difference.
If you can’t shop local for your festive gifts this year, then perhaps you can help a charity as you shop online? We want to let you know that you can support Camphill MK at no extra cost! Using Give as You Live, qualifying purchases with participating retailers generate donations for our charity. It’s as simple as that. For more information visit www.giveasyoulive.com Merry Christmas and happy Christmas shopping!
As part of our fundraising efforts, we can recycle postage stamps to raise funds for our community! With Christmas just around the corner, family & friends are likely to receive cards and presents in the post and the stamps gathered would be a great way to kickstart our fundraising activities. The stamps initiative isn’t just for Christmas and runs all year, so please remember to save your postage stamps and post them to us! Please post, do not drop them off (for obvious reasons) to: Stamps Fundraiser Camphill Milton Keynes Communities, Japonica Lane, Willen Park, Milton Keynes, MK15 9JY Thank you in advance for your support 😊 (Find out more here)
Check out the latest creations from the talented bunch in our Art & Craft Workshop. The team have been creating unique, one-off textile pieces. Using different techniques, from felting to weaving, embroidery and needle-work to patchwork. The Art & Craft Workshop aims to reduce stress and encourage relaxation of body and mind through art and craft as well as exercising the fine motor skills involved in art and craft activity. Find out more out the workshop here!