Resources for stay-at-home fun

Across the world, we find ourselves in unprecedented times. Being at home all the time and not being able to live our lives freely is a challenge: for children who aren’t in school; for parents who aren’t in the normal working environment; and for people that live alone and feel the bite of loneliness.

At CBM, we want you to know that we are here for you, and our phone lines are still open if you wish to donate, pray or chat. We always love hearing from our supporters, and that hasn’t changed. Call us on 0800 567 7000 or email info@cbmuk.org.uk.

To thank you for your generous support, we have put together an activity pack aimed at families – but anyone is welcome to make use of it. This free resource is packed with colouring, wordsearches, a cake recipe and more.

You can download the pdf and print at home, for some boredom-busting activities that will also help you consider those living in the poorest parts of the world.

Help us protect the most vulnerable people

We have provided this activity pack for free for our supporters young and old to enjoy as a little thank you. However, it also includes some ideas for fundraising so if you love what you find, and if you feel you can, we are still gratefully receiving donations. Your help is needed now more than ever.

Sadly, we know that at times of crisis, people with disabilities are at greatest risk – wherever you live in the world. While East Asia and Europe have been most affected by Coronavirus so far, cases are now increasingly being reported across Africa, where the impact could be devastating.  We are working closely with our Country Offices in Africa, Asia and the Middle East to help them prepare and protect their staff, people with disabilities and their families.

If you can, please give today to support the world’s most vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic.

Your gift will help us to ensure:

  • Vital health messages about how to stay safe are accessible to all, including people with disabilities.
  • People with disabilities are not forgotten by ensuring that they can still access food and vital supplies during times of lockdown.
  • Health and community outreach workers at our partner hospitals are protected through access to face masks, soap and hand sanitiser.
  • Support for people’s mental health and wellbeing through this crisis.
Agnes Rukombo, 67, who has a physical impairment caused by an accident as a child
Jaonna is a CBM Staff and nurse tutor at MICEI

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