Helping local families
Early this week a local family placed a plea for help on Facebookt after they had to relocate due to their previous landlord completing the sale of their rented property. The young family had relocated to their new home but desperately needed beds for their children to sleep on.
Facebook helps family
John (owner of Lifeline Ambulance) saw this plea and immediately placed a call to action. Asking the Facebook community to assist where they can. Within minutes the Facebook community came into full action and we got Two Single beds and two tv's for the children's room. We await confirmation of two bedside cabinets and the family were extremely thankful. Inside picture you can see the proud father holding his 9 day old newborn child having received the donation of the beds and tv's.
The ambulance "lifeline community ambulance C.I.C. Bared in Dukinfield Tameside. Has been helping the community for since the Covid pandemic commenced. The group is ran by dedicated volunteers and First Aiders and sponsored by local community businesses such as MAK Security and the East Lancashire Masonic King Edward VII lodge no. 3329 as a great many members are Freemasons that wanted to help their community.
We are currently looking for volunteers to help us do more in the community as the winter months approach if you would like to now more or join us contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07837842468