MFG are proud to support Daisy’s Dream as their Charity of the Year for 2021.
Established in 1996, Berkshire based charity Daisy’s Dream is a professional support service which responds to the needs of children and families affected by life threatening illness or bereavement.
Daisy’s Dream offer one-to-one and group support, as well as telephone support services, which are available to anyone who is concerned about a child or young person affected by the bereavement or serious illness of someone they love. All support work is carried out by professionally qualified Family Workers, offering children the best and most consistent level of support.
At MFG, we hope we can help Daisy’s Dream continue their amazing work supporting children and their families through bereavement. We are so thrilled to be supporting a Charity that means so much to many of our team.
We are delighted to have been chosen to be MFG’s Charity of the Year for 2021 and would like to thank you all for your fantastic support. We are a small charity and this type of support from a fabulous local company like MFG is so, so important to us. Now more than ever as referrals and requests for the support we provide to children affected by bereavement continues to grow steadily with time. We are really looking forward to working with you all over the course of the year and seeing all the fabulous fundraising ideas you have along the way. The funds you raise will have a positive impact on the lives of the over 700 children and their families we support each year, who have been affected by the death or critical illness of someone they love. Thank you!
Gill Stevens – Director, Daisy’s Dream
Running, walking, swimming or dressing up; you name it – if it means raising money for our charity of the year; we’ll give it a go! Please sponsor MFG to help us raise as much money for Daisy’s Dream as possible.
Your donation will help Daisy’s Dream to provide bereavement support to their families and teachers, invaluable 1:1 support sessions to children and young people, as well as specialist group events that work to break down the sense of isolation felt by so many who have been bereaved.