Care for Children celebrates growth with Fun Day
On Saturday July 1 Norwich-based Christian charity Care for Children are hosting a Family Fun Day in Heigham Park to celebrate the launch of their new Vietnam Project, that will help more orphaned and abandoned children move into loving, local families.
Norwich-based Christian charity Care for Children partners with governments in Asia to help orphaned and abandoned children move out of institutions and into loving, local families.
They have an ambitious vision to see one million orphaned and abandoned children in Asia placed into local substitute families as a positive alternative to living in institutions. So far, their work has helped over 300,000 children across China and Thailand, with a new project due to start in Vietnam later this summer.
To celebrate this expansion, Care for Children are hosting a Family Fun Day in Norwich's Heigham Park to raise awareness of the charity in the local area and to raise funds for their existing projects.
Isabelle Francis, Communications and Events Officer for the charity said: “The event promises fun for all the family with face-painting, a bouncy castle, crafts, cake decorating and outdoor games. As well as fun and games, there will be fresh Thai food, ice cream and other delicious treats for the whole family to enjoy. There is no need to book a place, just turn up on the day.
“Please tell all your friends and family, it would be amazing if you could join us to help raise awareness of our work.”
The event will take place from 12 noon - 4pm on Saturday, July 1, in Heigham Park, The Avenues, NR2 3PA. Admission is free.