At Christmas its all to easy to think of yourselves, and get wrapped up in the gift buying, but with homelessness on the rise Shelter have asked bloggers to join in “The Great Gingerbread House Sale”
London is the place that springs to my mind when I think about the homeless, but with as many as 60,000 families in temporary accommodation in the UK and 14,000 without a permanent home, homelessness can affect anyone. Shelter is a charity that not only looks after people who find themselves homeless, but helps the step before. Helping people who find themselves in difficult situations for many different reasons to keep a roof over their heads.
Why not think about giving just a few pound over the festive period to help people just like yourselves. Those that sometimes through no fault of their own find themselves in difficult circumstances. Your donation could help them back to their feet, and put a roof over their heads. Here is a link where you can donate to The Great Gingerbread House Sale.
Here is our London inspired gingerbread, Tower Bridge. Even Santa can find himself getting lost at Christmas and where would we be on Christmas day if there wasn’t someone to help him out! If you like my efforts then please make a donation to Shelter, and help to stop the estimated 93,000 children who will be waking up homeless on Christmas Day.
Disclaimer, we were asked to join in this campaign the words are my own and have not been altered.