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Charity’s Christmas Jumper Day fundraiser

Staff at Kingsley Healthcare’s headquarters in Clapham Road South, Lowestoft, raised nearly £70 for Save the Children by taking part in the charity’s Christmas Jumper Day fundraiser.

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Sophie Adams on her gap year visit to our children orphanage in Haldanduwana, Sri Lanka

Sophie had a huge welcome. Sophie is teaching the English language, mentoring pre-university kids and also teaching Judo for children. Kingsley charity foundation makes a big difference to disadvantaged children living in Sri Lanka.

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Kingsley christmas card helps disadvantaged children in Sri Lanka

The picture on the front of the Christmas card is a typically bright product of a young children's imagination. 

However, the reassuring normality of the image coloured by Jesudasan Christina is a tribute to the success of housing and education programmes in Sri Lanka supported by the Lotus Children's Foundation. The charity, launched by Daya Thayan, CEO of Kingsley Healthcare, his wife Sumi and Kingsley colleagues after the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, initially supported youngsters orphaned and disadvantaged by the natural disaster but has gone on to raise the living standards of other children affected by civil war and social deprivation.

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Twelve East Coast College students were heralded as “trailblazers” as they attended the launch of the Kingsley Care Academy

The youngsters are the first students to be welcomed on to a 12 month course mixing tuition on the college’s Lowestoft campus with work experience at Kingsley Healthcare’s care homes in the area. They were greeted by recruitment manager Bev Lambert at Kingsley House, the company’s Lowestoft HQ, and each presented with laptops.

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A brave little girl who has battled illness all her life had her spirits lifted sky high when she took off on a helicopter trip

Lexi-May's prize trip in Daya's helicopter! A brave little girl who has battled illness all her life had her spirits lifted sky high when she took off on a helicopter trip generously donated as an auction prize. Seven-year-old Lexi-May, who has cystic fibrosis, was waved off from Seckford Hall Hotel, Woodbridge, on a 15 minute trip that took her to Ipswich for a birds-eye view of the family home in Sorrel Close.

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