Help in times of need

Posted February 17, 2020 in Announcements, School News By Richard Ryan

If you find yourself needing someone to talk to during a period of illness, grief or family crisis, Wesley Friends is there to support you.

 

Wesley Friends is a confidential voluntary service which provides practical support to anyone in our community during times of need. Privacy and discretion are of paramount importance.

Service is central to our beliefs and values at Wesley College. This extends beyond the classroom and into the wider community, with parents and staff modelling service through actions in the many voluntary roles available, including Wesley Friends.

The Wesley community is often described as a family. Many of us live far from family and at times of need rely on our friends and the College community for support. It is comforting to know that the Wesley Friends service is available during these difficult times.

For many years, members of our community have cared for one another during times of illness, grief or family crisis.

A card, a bouquet of flowers, a home-cooked meal says so much about how we care. A conversation over a cup of tea and offers of practical help at home are the services we can provide. We have a team of volunteers ready to help.

If you would like to join the Wesley Friends team or know someone in need of practical support, please let us know via wesleyfriends@wesley.wa.edu.au

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