The Beauty Defined Christmas Charity Event
This year, the Beauty Defined Christmas Charity Event is to support Natalie Godefroy’s charity of choice – Home Start South Leicestershire. They are a local charity which has been helping families with small children since 1984, and Natalie was very grateful for the support of one of the charity’s volunteers when she suffered Post-natal depression after the birth of one of her children.
Beauty Defined is running a raffle – just £5 for a strip of 5 tickets – with some amazing prizes!
1st Prize is a Collagen Wave Facial
2nd Prize is a Hydrafacial
3rd prize is a month’s supply of SkinGlo Liquid Collagen
4th Prize is a pack of Lilash Serum
5th Prize is an LVL Lash treatment
To buy your tickets, just pop into the Beauty Defined salon before 23rd December.
Natalie commented: “We’re thrilled to be supporting Homestart South Leicestershire, and we’re sure our raffle, with its amazing prizes will be very popular with our customers – here’s how Homestart South Leicestershire explain the help they offer young parents thanks to donations from local people and businesses”:
Sometimes family life can feel overwhelming but, if you can get the support you need when you need it then day-to-day life – and your children’s future – can be so much brighter. Home-Start is all about ‘one parent helping another’. As parents ourselves, we understand the need for practical help, friendship, advice and support especially when your children are young.
Do you ever feel like this?
- Lonely or isolated, with no family nearby and struggling to make friends.
- Experiencing Post-Natal Illness and finding it hard to talk to anyone about it.
- Needing help with practical things – like budgeting, healthy eating, managing stress, and getting enough exercise.
- Finding it hard to cope if you or your child is ill or disabled.
- Lacking confidence in finding out and joining in with what’s available to parents and children locally.
- Needing encouragement and ideas for playing with your child/ children and wanting to understand how they develop and learn.
If you do, you can access these services:
- Needs assessment and ongoing support from a Coordinator
- One-to-One support in the home by a Home-Start Volunteer for 2-3 hours a week, offering friendship and practical help, one parent to another.
- Groups for parents to gain support from each other (with the staff and volunteers helping), and a chance for children to interact and play together.
- Courses for parents (with a crèche on site).
- A Counselling service.