In September 2020 we were very fortunate to have been awarded a Community Grant from The National Lottery Community Fund.
Supporting the community can be challenging, and we would always want to do more, but sometimes resources do not always allow us to.
With the Covid-19 pandemic majorly impacting all of our lives in different ways, it has had a huge effect throughout all Communities and how we try and support them.
The continued uncertainty of the restrictions, not knowing when we may be able to eradicate the effects of Covid-19, and get back to some sort of normality, has brought with it further obstacles for MPCC and the continued struggle to try to survive this period.
It has been extremely challenging to do all we can for the Community.
The generous support gained from The National Lottery Community Fund has allowed us to overcome some of those obstacles, and deliver crucial support and build a sense of togetherness during these tough times, and we cannot thank them enough!! We have subsequently received grants from The Sussex Community Foundation and Sport England to help support us, in supporting the Community
We have offered assistance with shopping, delivering prescriptions, friendly telephone chats, delivery of free hot meals (including Sunday Dinners to Senior Citizens), whilst maintaining a hub which keeps the Community connected and help combat loneliness .
We also supply Support Parcels for those who are financially struggling as well as a Community Fridge/Freezer where people can pop along for essentials or or pick up nutritious homemade meals free of charge
MPCC is the heart of our local Community where people can meet, find support and a friendly face. We will continue to adapt and offer support.
If you want to help us or need us, don’t be a stranger and remember - We are in this together!!!!
BELOW ARE JUST A FEW OF THE INITATIVES WHICH HAVE BEEN TAKING PLACE SINCE SEPTEMBER 2020 IN ORDER TO SUPPORT THE LOCAL COMMUNITY
With the 'Free Schools Meals During Half Term'
being rejected by the Government it was obvious that support needed to be put in place and rather quickly
MPCC Donated 20 £15.00 Tesco gift vouchers to
To Support Families In Need
We also provided Free Hot Dinners
as well as delivering 50+ support parcels within the local Community .
The parcels were tailored to meet each individual's needs and consisted of 5 days of Breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Snacks & Drinks . These included fresh Meat & Vegetables
MPCC also provided a trick or treat bag which included activities for the Little Ones
As well as a pumpkin for them to carve.
Donated to Spotted Crawley
to help Feed Children In need during half term
Free Hot Meals
Just some of the food donated towards the Support Parcels
YOU ARE AMAZING !
We are in this together.
Please never feel alone
At a Glance
HERE ARE JUST SOME THE WAYS IN WHICH WE ARE SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY
FREE MEALS SUMMER 2021
Supporting each other through Lockdown & Beyond
Crawley Senior Citizens
A few photos of our Senior Citizens Sunday Roast
2020 hasn't been the easiest of years and I am sure we all agree that this Christmas is going to be different.
They say music is food for your soul, so this Christmas Eve we will be bringing live music to your home.
We will be streaming Mike Dobie live from MPCC 19.30 till 21.30 for you to listen to at home
Please visit FB Mike Dobie to link in
"Bringing live music (food for your soul) to you"
Wishing you all a safe Christmas
Sending positive thoughts for 2021
Visit You Tube:
From Maidenbower With Love - Mike Dobie
To hear the song which has been written about MPCC
You won't be disappointed
Bringing some magic to the Children
We are pleased to announce the purchase of a
MPCC Staff are now qualified First Aiders
Along with receiving Defibrillator training.
The Defibrillator is located in the Main Corridor
@ Maidenbower Park Pavilion
(by the front entrance)
We hope that it will never need to be used
But was also aware of the concern raised by the Community
that the nearest
** Wed 6th jan 2021 **
** URGENT **
We have just woken to the news of Milton Mount being evacuated late last night, with Residents being placed in local hotels (including the Europa) Our thoughts are with you all. Today from 12.30pm till 2.30pm we will be opening the Kiosk at The Cafe In The Park (Maidenbower) and offering Hot Food/Drinks, Sandwiches etc to those residents. This will be free.
PLEASE PASS THIS ON TO ANYONE YOU KNOW WHO HAS BEEN AFFECTED
Wednesday 6th January 2021
WEDNESDAY 27TH JAN 2021
PAY IT WITH POST IT
AVAILABLE VIA OUR KIOSK DURING OPENING HOURS
(YOU ARE NOT ALONE)
SHARING THE LOVE ON
our FREE Senior Citizens
Roast & High Tea
FREE SENIOR CITIZENS HIGH TEA
FRESHLY MADE CAKES FOR HIGH TEA
FREE SENIOR CITIZENS HIGH TEA
FREE SENIOR CITIZENS VALENTINES
Community Fridge and Freezer
Community Fridge and Freezer is located at the Cafe In The Park's Kiosk
We also supply non perishable items
The Community Fridge/Freezer is accessible during our opening times
"TAKE WHAT YOU NEED - LEACE WHAT YOU CAN"
As we enter the next phase of the Covid Road Map, we would like to take this opportunity to thank these amazing Companies.
Radiant Blinds - DLM Fencing - R G Hards Electrical - Christine Massingham. They have not only donated their time & expertise, but also materials etc to supported us in supporting the Community. Community Spirit at it's finest - THANK YOU SO MUCH from everyone @ MPCC - Maidenbower Park Community Club (Community Interest Company)
POSTED MAY 17TH 2021