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Supporting Sewa Day

  • 27 May 2020

On 26 May, Theresa joined the volunteer group Sewa Day at the Sunrise Care Home to help young volunteers deliver care appreciation parcels to residents.

Sewa Day is a series of international days of volunteering where individuals of all backgrounds come together to do great things for others in the community.

Theresa commented: “Sewa Day is a fantastic initiative and it was great to be able to get involved and lend a hand for such a worthy cause. The Coronavirus pandemic has shown the remarkable generosity of the British people. It is great to see that even during these difficult times, communities are pulling together to support and help each other”.