So it’s the dreaded third Monday of January and the day that is commonly known as Blue Monday. But what is Blue Monday and where did it come from?
Many of us have experienced the effects of social isolation over the last few years, but for the families supported by children’s hospice charity Julia’s House, this is a struggle they face daily. Corporate Fundraiser Caroline Attreed explains why Julia’s House need our support more than ever this time of year.
13,500 feet in the air and free falling at speeds of 120mph for 45 seconds… Pretty terrifying right? Agreed! That’s exactly what three of the SCS team; Rich, Christina and Amy faced and completed in one of the most daunting challenges of their lives on Sunday 5th September. But jumping out of a plane is… Read more »
Three of the South Coast Social team Rich, Christina and Amy will be taking on one of the most daunting challenges of their lives this September by jumping out of a plane at 13,000 feet, and we need your support! As Julia’s House Children’s Hospice is our chosen corporate charity, we want to do all… Read more »
Contributing back to the local community is a key part of what we are about at South Coast Social and we are proud to work closely with Julia’s House Children’s Hospice as our chosen corporate charity. Earlier this month we caught up with Corporate Fundraiser Caroline Attreed, who explained to us more about how the… Read more »