We are delighted to announce that CARI have also entered the treasure hunt. The group do fantastic work in what is a very difficult and sensitive area.
The CARI Foundation was established in 1989. CARI’s primary aim is to provide a proffesional, child centred therapy and counselling service to children families and groups who have been affected by child sexual abuse. Alongside this they aim to provide the most up to date education and information service for children, adults and professionals on the dynamics of child sexual abuse, and, moreover, to raise the public and political awareness of these issues.
They operate on a not for profit basis, ensuring that their services are accessible regardless of a clients means or situation. CARI is seeking to ensure that everyone who may need their services can get them, no matter where they live. We want to help CARI ensure that everyone is aware of their services and that they will be able to take advantage of the information, advice and therapy they provide.
If you would like to know more, or if you would like to help CARI please log on to their website which is www.cari.ie.
Good luck to CARI.
Well the charities are ready to go to the starting line, the Riddler has put her pen down, the clients are all on tender hooks, Jack Sparrow’s on his way to the secret location to bury the treasure, and the press releases have gone out (phew). Only a couple of weeks to go now before the kick off for the first ever Teamwoodcraft All Ireland Charity Treasure Hunt takes place (for the fun element – think Professor Layton on speed). We had great fun preparing the riddles and testing them out. We hope that all the teams will have great fun trying to answer them.
Headway broke into the lead straight away by becoming the first Charity to officially register so we really wish Kieran and all the gang there the very best of luck. In case you were not aware of them, Headway was established to help those who are unfortunate enough to have a brain injury. Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is the term given to any injury to the brain sustained during the course of a person’s life. It is very traumatic experience for the person involved, and their family, Headway offer support to both those injured and their families.
If you would also like to check out Headway or support Headway, please log onto their website www.headway.ie.
It’s all getting very exciting now but we still need MORE CHARITIES so please get your favourite charity to register on www.facebook.com/teamwoodcraft.
Our whole mantra at Teamwoodcraft is about making a difference, to our business, to our clients businesses, and to the wider community generally. Every year, no matter what the economic conditions or how difficult things are, we choose a charity or good cause which we feel could benefit from our help. To date we have helped out Continue reading “Teamwoodcraft Charity Treasure Hunt™” »