Kind hearted staff with Incommunities have donated hundreds of household items and clothes to help bring some festive cheer to families affected by domestic violence.
Everything from toiletries to toys and nappies and other baby essentials are being handed over to Bradford Women’s Aid as part of the local Cares at Christmas campaign. Donations are also being made to the Kirklees-based Pennine Domestic Violence Group.
Over the last few weeks collections have been made at the housing group’s bases at The Quays in Shipley, Hillam Road, Bradford and its partners Sadeh Lok in Huddersfield.
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities’ Group Chief Executive said: "Staff have really shown their caring side to make these donations and help those in our communities that have experienced domestic abuse.
"As part of Cares at Christmas campaign we are proud to support Bradford Women’s Aid and Pennine Domestic Violence Group. Day in day out these charities do vital work supporting families, children and young people by offering them safe refuge and the support to help rebuilding their lives."
In the run-up to Christmas, Incommunities staff have also donated well over a thousand items to three local foodbanks to help more needy families and made a festive donation to the mental health charity, Mind.