Generous employees at the Port of Tilbury have donated around 100 gifts to Changing Pathways, just in time for Christmas. The port has been supporting the local charity for over a decade with people from across the busy port providing gifts for adults and their children to open on Christmas day.
Changing Pathways is a charity who work across the areas of Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point, Rochford, Thurrock, Harlow and Epping Forest. The charity’s two refuges provide safe accommodation to adults and their children who are experiencing domestic abuse and are unable to stay in their own homes or access alternative safe accommodation. Changing Pathways provides refuge accommodation for up to 46 adults and their children, including 16 self-contained flats for adults and their children who are ready to move on from the refuge, who have older children or have a level of need which requires self-contained accommodation.
Paul Dale, Asset and Site Director at the Port of Tilbury said: “The team at the port have once again shown their kindness and generosity to Changing Pathways and I want to thank everyone who donated a gift this year. This is always a tough time of year for a lot of people and we hope that the gifts will bring a little festive cheer.”
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