Having a ball in Dartford
It’s with great pride that we were chosen as one of the charities to benefit from the annual Downton and Ali Spring Ball. Held on March 22, the ball aims to raise money for charities who were voted to benefit – and many of our supporters lent their vote to help us to be a […]Read more →
£20 for 20 years – together we’ll raise £20,000 in 2019!
Now in our 20th year of supporting Kent’s bereaved children and young people, we are asking for our friends and supporters to raise £20 for each one of those years! If we can secure 1,000 donations of £20, the £20,000 raised will fund this year’s 11 bereavement weekends, always offered at no cost to the […]Read more →
Celebrating Trustees’ Week – would you like to join us?
It’s Trustees’ Week, so we thought we’d take a moment to show you who ours are, tell you what they do and give them a big thank-you at the same time! They play a vital role here at HOLG, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about our work. Trustees’ Week is […]Read more →
Theatre company and HOLG share centre stage
Photo credit: Kevin Ralph A 35-year-old book is on stage this week in Canterbury – and Holding On Letting Go HOLG is providing an after-show craft session for the young theatre-goers. Badger’s Parting Gifts is being performed by inter:Collective Theatre at The Kentish Barn, Cathedral Lodge, Canterbury Cathedral on Wednesday 24 October at 10.30am and […]Read more →