Church Pharmacy is proud to support Curry on the Street; a Lancashire-based charity helping local people who are most in need. We recently donated £3,000 to support the work that Curry on the Street founder, James Foy, and his amazing team of volunteers are doing, helping the most vulnerable in society tackle issues including addiction, extreme poverty and poor mental health.
We’re pleased this donation means so much to James, who said “We are forever grateful for what you have done for us. This money will help a lot of vulnerable people”.
It was a pleasure to finally meet James and the team in person when we attended the opening of Curry on the Street’s new venue in Nelson town centre - a permanent residence which will incorporate a range of services including mental health teams and organisations that can support those with addiction issues – and to see how much this new venue meant to the local community.
We look forward to seeing Curry on the Street continue to grow as a charity, and hope it secures long-term funding to support its first permanent premises and to continue helping the most vulnerable in society.
To find out more about Curry on the Street click here to read the Northern Life magazine article or here to read an article by the Burnley Express.