Chil­dren’s sup­port for charity sky high

Baloons re­leased dur­ing colour­ful spon­sored walk

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

The Uxbridge Gazette Se­ries BE­REAVED chil­dren sent a mes­sage to fam­ily mem­bers and friends in the sky dur­ing a spon­sored charity walk in Hayes.

Halo Chil­dren’s Foun­da­tion’s charity spon­sored walk was opened by the Deputy Mayor of Hilling­don Carol Melvin on Satur­day May 21.

The day was a ‘great suc­cess’ which saw a re­lease of colour­ful bal­loons to mark the event at Barra Hall Park.

The charity sup­ports chil­dren and their fam­i­lies who have lost a loved one and holds a monthly ex­pres­sive arts and play group at Uxbridge Col­lege, of­fer­ing art ther­apy, coun­selling and be­hav­iour man­age­ment.

Founder and mum-oftwo Alia Jones launched the charity af­ter she lost her part­ner in 2011, two weeks af­ter giv­ing birth to her sec­ond child Jaida, while older sis­ter Ne­veah was only two-years-old.

She said: “Halo pay for fam­i­lies to go on trips to help cre­ate new mem­o­ries to­gether and with funding our main aim is to open a be­reave­ment cen­tre where fam­i­lies can come to, to get the sup­port they need as there is noth­ing like this of­fered in the com­mu­nity at the mo­ment.”

If you would like sup­port for your­self and your fam­ily with be­reave­ment email info@ halochil­drens­foun­da­tion. or call Alia on 07903709622.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit their web­site on: w w w. h a l o c h i l d r e n s foun­da­

Kather­ine Cle­men­tine n

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