Thank You for The Lovely Messages.

Thank You for The Lovely Messages.

 Thu, April 23, 2020

We’ve been overwhelmed by the positive messages sent by members, local residents and individuals we’ve helped during the lockdown. We are living through difficult and challenging times, but the pandemic has showcased a strong sense of community and the best of humanity. Every day we see heartwarming stories, from Captain Tom Moore raising close to 30 million for NHS workers, to Joe Wicks hosting free PE lessons for the nation.

When we receive positive feedback it’s sent around the team as it warms our hearts. Everybody at Castlehaven entered the non-profit sector to help vulnerable people.

Here are some of the lovely messages we’ve received:

“Great work and thanks again – I always say groundsmen and women are our best colleagues! Thank you for all your help and once again to your groundsmen”.

“You are wonderful, Thank you . Keep the high spirit and good work. I am sure many people appreciate it as I DO xxx”.

“You are all doing so good sending out great information and really positive vibes, in fact I think you are the best organisation so far with sending good information, I will have to make a donation when you are open again to show my appreciation”

“It's very comforting, these calls, when you don't have a family.  I hate asking for anything but I know you girls are so kind that if I was in dire straits, I could call you”

“I can honestly say that speaking to you has made my day! Thank you so much, I'm very grateful. It has helped to talk rather than have the worries in my mind".

“I just wanted to send a little thank you note for all your informative, bright and cheery bi- weekly bulletins. It is indeed a strange time we are living through, but you have always been a reliable presence and you have definitely been wonderful during this lockdown.”

Thank you so much for your kind words, they make a huge difference. Stay safe and healthy and we are looking forward to the day we can re-open Castlehaven.

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