Staff pitch in with ‘It’s in the Bag’

There are 85,000 homeless women who need your help this Christmas, according to the charity Share the Dignity.

Many have fled domestic violence or experienced extreme poverty. Yet women in crisis will often put the needs of others before themselves, especially at Christmas and MOST especially if they have children with them.

The staff at MGIB wanted to do something this Christmas that would provide homeless women with hope and maybe a small amount of happiness.

So we climbed aboard Share the Dignity’s “It’s in the Bag” campaign.

That involved staff members purchasing toiletries and sanitary items that homeless women might not otherwise have access to.

For us it was a meaningful gift that we know will be deeply appreciated.

If you would like to join us in helping homeless women this Christmas, visit Share the Dignity’s website