One million people to get ‘pity bags’ in Christmas charity campaign



A charity aims to surprise a million people in the UK with a “bag of kindness” this Christmas.

The Hey Love Christmas scheme, run by church-based charity Love Your Neighbor, will distribute food, clothing and gifts across the country to those in need of assistance.



It relies on thousands of volunteers to make donations, as well as to pack and deliver parcels to its neighbors.

Last year the plan, which garnered praise from both Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer, reached 775,000 people in more than 300,000 homes – and the charity expects the 2021 drive, which launches on Thursday, to pass the million mark. Will go



Love Christmas is supported by award-winning musician Guvna B., real name Isaac Bourque, who said: “Wanting to help others is the human condition, and people have put aside the things that usually make them come together.” divide for.

“The best part is that no matter who you are, where you come from or what your background is, you can get involved and benefit from Love Christmas and make a positive impact on society.” Huh.”



According to the charity, the purpose of distributing the bags is to “help each recipient materially and enable them to feel the warmth of human connection”.

Love Your Neighbor’s cross-denominational network of churches has been linked by charities, businesses and other local organizations to help distribute packages.

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, said: “It is wonderful to see the diversity of networks, churches and people working together to inspire more hope and happiness in the streets and neighborhoods in the United Kingdom.”

Go here to learn more loveyourneighbour.uk/lovechristmas

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