Help For Kids Appeal

This is a crucial time for so many families in Dundee and Perth. Now more than ever, Help For Kids needs your assistance.

We're all going through one of the most difficult periods in our lifetimes. And here in Dundee and Perth, many families are still struggling. There are vulnerable children who need food to eat, clothes on their back and beds to sleep in. These disadvantaged children have always been the focus of our charity's efforts.

Sadly, Help For Kids have also had to cancel all of their upcoming fundraising events due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This has made a huge impact on the finances of our charity. But despite the hit, we have to carry on. Now more than ever.

Which is why we're reaching out to you. If you can spare a few pounds, please consider donating to our appeal. Help us help others. Even a small donation can add up to make a huge difference to a child's life.

You can also donate via the in-store buckets at Tesco Express stores at Dalhousie, Broughty Ferry, Monifieth and Strathmartine Road.

Your donations support local community centres, local charities and food banks in the area, as well as individual families who require extra support as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Every penny raised will be used to support disadvantaged children in Dundee and Perth. No admin fees. No business costs. Your money goes straight to those who need it most.

If you can't donate, we completely understand. If you'd still like to support the charity, please consider sharing this page on social media, so we can get our message out to a wider audience.


To find out more about the Help For Kids appeal, Lynne Hoggan and McCully spoke to the Charity Co-Ordinator of Help For Kids, Hannah Kemlo. Have a listen below!

To get in touch with Help For Kids, you can find them on Facebook.
Or, you can e-mail Hannah directly at hannah@helpforkids.org.uk.

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