Chrysalis Care Bags
What's a Chrysalis care package I hear you say? A Chrysalis bag is giving Hope in a practical way whilst parents find themselves on a ward without any supplies. Any revenue made from this website will fund a Chrysalis care package, it was initially started by David and Bethan Germon from Swansea as their daughter was in and out of hospital a lot and they recognised how vital these were for other parents in similar situations. An individual pack is roughly £5 but a family pack for 2 parents and a child is £10
A women's Chrysalis care bag contains
A bar of soap, a pack of tissues, a tooth brush, toothpaste, flannel, a roll on deodorant, a comb, a nail file, hair clips and bobbles and sanitary products.
A men's Chrysalis care bag contains
A bar of soap, a pack of tissues, a tooth brush, toothpaste, flannel, a roll on deodorant, a comb and a razor.
Do you want to get involved in our Chrysalis care Project?
You can donate to our Local giving appeal.
We are extremely grateful for any donations from the public to our appeal.
Or you can donate via pay pal.
Funders and Supporters
Magic Little Grants
“We received a Magic Little Grant through the partnership between Localgiving and Postcode Community Trust. Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Localgiving is the UK’s leading membership and support network for local charities and community groups. Our project received £500 to fund our Chrysalis Care Packages.
To find out more about Magic Little Grants and Postcode Community Trust check out the links below.
YOU can get involved and support our cause by shopping through Easyfundraising. Sign up and choose us as your cause. Every time you shop through the app we get a small commission and it helps us to grow our project.
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The National Lottery
We have been given £10,000.00!!! From the National Lottery Community Fund.
The monies have been allocated to our Chrysalis Care Packages project in Wales to support parents in hospital in emergency situations.
To find out more about The National Lottery Community Fund check out the links below.