You can donate items to our recycling project at Dunelm, Truro and Café Chaos. Items such as mobile phones, tablets; foreign coins; stamps; jewellery, can be deposited. We need to collect 10k at least.
Please Note – the time has changed to 4pm and the entry cost is £2 per person. If you can support this, please do. Sunday April 1st at The Coppice Inn, Lanner.
The Big Lottery have advised us that our application is being reviewed mid-late March and a decision will be given soon afterwards.
We have received £5000 from Santander Discovery Grant programme.
Due to weather conditions our office is closed today- Thursday March 1st. We are available on mobiles and by email. thank you
Please note that the office will be closed for the Christmas holiday from 1pm on Wednesday 20th December 2017 to Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
Thank you to Helen F who arranged the raffle at our Christmas Lunch and raised £27
Thanks also to Michelle G who has raised £78.10 on her recent table top stalls.
Alyson, Jayne & Helen raised £ 105.80 at Dunelm last Saturday. Thank you to all who donated items to sell and visited, donated at the shop.
If you would like to donate but missed these events please click here to use My Donate.
The next Twins Group will be Friday 3rd November at The Parks Children’s Centre, Falmouth. Volunteers will be there to help.
Refreshments are provided. If you are bringing your own packed lunch please remember the Children’s Centre is a Nut Free zone.
We held our AGM on Thursday 19th October. Thank you to the Trustees & volunteers who attended. Our Chair-Steve Fowler is remaining in this role; Tina McGrath was re elected as Trustee/Treasurer and Michelle Gould is also remaining as Volunteer Trustee. You can read our HSK Annual Report 2017 PDF.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our voluntary management team and have 10 hours a month to give us please contact us.
Everyone has got some they want to get rid of. If you’re clearing out your clutter ahead of the Festive season why not raise some money for Home-Start Kernow by selling it someone that actually wants it. Ebay and local Facebook selling sites are good places to clear out unwanted items. You can find out more about how to do this from Steve via the Home-Start Kernow office.