From Monday 6 April, the Young Vincentians team will be furloughed until further notice. We have been working hard to produce additional activities and spiritual resources for B-Attitude members which you can find below. Thank you for your support during this difficult time, we hope to see you soon!
You may find these online resources helpful at this time:
- CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) Helping to keep children and young people safe online. You can report any issues to them.
- Childline 0800 11 11 Speak to counsellors about how you are feeling (under 18s). On the phone and online
- The Mix 0808 808 4994 Helpline 4 – 11pm 85258 Crisis Text line Email from online form. Speak to volunteers about anything that is bothering you. Under 25s. Counselling offered by referral and online support available.
- Kooth Mon-Fri 12pm-10pm Sat/Sun 6pm – 10pm. Support on any issue. Anonymous.
Have you ever considered that the clothes you buy contribute to the deterioration of the environment? T-shirts use thousands of litres of water to make and then when thrown away simply end up in landfill. Think of the impact of changing your wardrobe every year and how much of a toll that would take on the environment. However, there is a simple solution. St Vincent’s, and other charity retailers in the UK, save thousands of items of clothing from landfill every year. Have you ever considered buying second hand? By doing so you are not just supporting the environment but also supporting the charity those shop you are visiting.
Don’t stop buying clothes, just buy clothes that make you and the environment feel great!
Find the full article here.
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