We’re so delighted to have been named as a finalist for Charity of the Year in the South West Business & Community Awards.
We were shortlisted for Charity of the Year alongside winners The Defence Medical Welfare Service and The Sky Project at yesterday’s award ceremony. And we were also delighted to have been shortlisted for Outstanding Contribution to the Community.
Despite it being a challenging year like no other, we’ve continued to support families in need throughout the pandemic, providing more than 1,600 hours of care in the family home and in the heart of the community. We’re especially proud of our amazing care team, who have shown resilience throughout all of the uncertainty and have worked alongside the NHS to keep vulnerable families safe and well at home.
But it’s only thanks to the generosity of the local community that we can keep our service going. So we’re also hugely grateful to all of our supporters for the many ways in which you help us to keep caring for some of the most seriously ill children and their families across Wiltshire and Dorset.
Learn more about the past year at Julia’s House from our Director of Care, Claire Hudson Cooper.