This year has seen every school in the country facing a unique set of challenges. Teachers, pupils and parents alike are finding new ways of working together in utterly unprecedented circumstances. In our experience, they’re doing so with grace, hope and strength.
Right now, they’re rightly focused on providing a safe space for children to continue to learn and grow. But at Bethlehem Care and Hospice Trust, we’d like to invite schools to look to the not-too-distant future – Christmas to be exact!
Last year saw primary schools in South Yorkshire’s Hallam Diocese participate in:
- a non-uniform day to mark the first school day of advent (30th November)
- a festive celebration of Christmas cribs
We’re launching our successful Schools for Bethlehem campaign once again, and this year we’d like as many schools as possible to take part – right across the country.
You’ll be helping to raise much-needed funds for the Bethlehem Care and Hospice Trust, whose mission is to establish the first ever hospice for sick and elderly people in the holy city of Bethlehem.
Please donate today, every penny helps
We rely on your donations to provide the elderly and seriously ill of Bethlehem with a safe and caring environment which will improve their quality of life.
There are a number of different ways in which you can donate, see our donations page for more information. Please support in any way you can. Thank you.