Supporter Enewsletter 

Here is our latest supporter enewsletter. These updates aim to provide a good summary of all the key articles that have been added to our news, blog and event pages recently. Signing up to receive these is a great way of keeping up to date with everything happening at St Basils and how your contributions are making a big difference!

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St Basils News and Thank-yous: June 2020

This edition sought to update our supporters on how we had dealt with and adapted our services during the first 3 months of the Coronavirus crisis, so that our young people could continue to receive support, albeit in different ways.

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Suggestions for inclusion come from our staff and young people but if you have supported us recently and would like to be featured in the next enewsletter please email the Editor via ellie.jones@stbasils.org.uk 

Supporter enewsletter Archive

Unfortunately our March 2020 enewsletter had to be scrapped. The Coronavirus crisis hit the week before it was due to go out. We didn’t know what the crisis might change, calling into question the accuracy of some of the articles. We weren’t sure either which of our featured fundraising events would go ahead. In the end we had to cancel all of them.

Here is the first of our supporter enewsletters linked to this website, which launched on 29th October 2019.

St Basils News and Thank-yous: December 2019

Please be aware that some of the items featured were time-limited campaigns or events. Therefore links within these sections may no longer work.

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