St Albans fundraising group donate £2,000 to charity cooking course

PUBLISHED: 07:00 01 October 2019

The Hospice of St Francis has been awarded �2,000 from the St Albans Lions Club. Picture: Submitted by St Albans Lions

The Hospice of St Francis has been awarded �2,000 from the St Albans Lions Club. Picture: Submitted by St Albans Lions

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A fundraising group in St Albans has gifted £2,000 to a cooking course for bereaved teenagers.

The Hospice of St Francis has been awarded £2,000 from the St Albans Lions Club, to be used for the hospice's successful cooking course for teenagers who have been bereaved or are facing bereavement.

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The course gives these teenagers new life skills through cooking, an opportunity to meet others in similar situations, and a chance to build vital support networks and their self-esteem.

The St Albans Lions support many projects and charities in St Albans through their fundraising initiatives, including managing a charity bookshop and running Santa Sleigh Collections throughout December.

St Albans Lions and The Hospice of St Francis also run a green charity Christmas tree recycling collection scheme in January.

Find out more at www.stalbanslionsclub.com and www.stfrancis.org.uk


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