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  • The Street Pastors are looking for Christmas donations

    Created: 09/11/2020

    'Cowdenbeath Covid Christmas' is a donation programme organised by multiple groups and charities at The Clearing - a community space created by a new group of local Christians,the Street Pastor Base/Safe Space, knitting and friendship groups, and prayer groups.

    As part of the programme, the Street Pastors of Cowdenbeath, Lochgelly and Kelty are looking for donations of toys, Christmas food and any special treats to distribute amongst members of the community who have been detrimentally affected by the pandemic, including those who are socially isolated, unemployed and experiencing financial difficulties. The team will also distribute warm clothing and emergency supplies to the homeless.   

    If you would like to donate or you know of any families or individuals who could benefit from this programme, please send an e-mail to [email protected] or call on 07802414418

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