Bangor Care Provider Brings Some Christmas Cheer to Local Community

Local care provider, Caremark (North Down, Ards & Belfast) joined forces with the Bangor Elim Social Action Team to bring some Christmas cheer to more than 100 people in their local community.

Each year Bangor Elim Social Action Team provides a Christmas meal, a night of entertainment and presents to over 100 vulnerable people in their local community. The guests invited to the festive meal include local older adults, those supported by the Simon Community and people with learning difficulties.

This year the Bangor based care provider sponsored the Christmas meal for all the guests. Some of Caremark’s own clients got the opportunity to attend the occasion supported by a few of Caremark’s staff.

 Some of the guests said that they would never forget the hospitality that they had been shown and it was an extra special bonus that some of our clients got to attend”

“My husband and I had an absolutely fantastic night. We haven’t had a night out in years and the only reason I ventured out to this was because I knew Caremark’s carers where going to be there. To be able to sit and have my own dinner while Rachel, one of the Caremark carers helped my husband was just wonderful and such a treat for me. It was a first class night and such a caring thing too by Caremark.”

Caremark (North Down, Ards & Belfast) is a local home care provider which operates from their office in Bangor, delivering personal care, domestic support and companionship services to children, young people and adults living in North Down, Ards, and the surrounding areas. Professional care and support is provided to clients within their own homes enabling them to enjoy living safely and independently at home.

Bangor care provider brings some Christmas cheer to local community

Emily Magrath, Operations Director for Caremark (North down & Ards) said: “It was such a pleasure to be able to sponsor the Christmas meal and the work of Bangor Elim Social Action Team within our local community is so worthwhile.

“Christmas can be such a difficult and lonely time and it is lovely for Caremark to be able to be part of something that is providing such a wonderful night for people at this time of year. Some of the guests said that they would never forget the hospitality that they had been shown and it was an extra special bonus that some of our clients got to attend”.

The Bangor care provider works tirelessly to provide the highest standards of care to people in their own homes and are keen to give back something to their local community, supporting those in need wherever possible.

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