Being at home, with fun places to go closed and a global pandemic happening, this summer holiday is any child’s nightmare. That's why we wanted to offer the children we usually work with on a 1 to 1 basis, some positive activities to do at home during the summer.
This summer we are thinking outside the box and outside our normal boundaries. We will be distributing 800 positive activity packs to 200 young people county wide that are affected by someone else’s substance misuse.
Pictures above: RSP members helping put the packs together
Each young person will get 4 themed packs which will be delivered throughout August to their homes by our Unity Team. Each of the packs containing activities and ingredients to do something new with.
The packs include baking ingredients, growing your own food, arts/crafts activities and a some gifts including a letter to the children from former Norwich City Captain, Russell Martin.
The first of the packs are being delivered at the moment and George, our staff member in charge of the packs, has made a video going over all the things you get in the first pack. You can watch the video below!