Children’s charity focused on finding new help

Sue Wickes volunteers at the EACH shop in Fakenham PHOTO: EACH

Sue Wickes volunteers at the EACH shop in Fakenham PHOTO: EACH - Credit: East Anglian Children's Hospice (EACH)

A local charity are asking people to put themselves in the frame to help the regions sick children.

East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) are re-running their popular recruitment drive Be a name in our Frame, to try and find new volunteers to run their charity shops across East Anglia.

The children's charity raises around £900,000 per year from it's 32 stores but relies heavily on volunteers to run them.

The money raised goes towards supporting children with life-threatening conditions and their families.

Last year the scheme encouraged 97 people to sign up and volunteer at an EACH shop.


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Laura Mackay, EACH Shop Manager in Fakenham, said: 'We can always use more help to keep our shops running. The charity has to generate 84% of the money it needs to operate.'

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