Our charity has now seen a 70% drop in income but demand for our service has remained high throughout the pandemic.
With countless fundraising events cancelled we’ve never needed our loyal supporters more than we do now!
Amy’s Story My name is Amy and I joined the Mac House family at the start of 2020 when my baby Henry, needed open heart surgery at Alder Hey. We wanted to be close by his side every second and that just wouldn’t have been possible, living almost 50 miles away, without Mac House.
Coronavirus brought many changes during my stay, but one thing that didn’t change was the socially distant yet warm welcome from reception when I returned to my ‘home’ each night.
Whilst living at Mac House I couldn’t join in with everyone as they stood on their doorsteps to clap for our amazing NHS, carers and key workers. Instead I was at its very heart, witnessing their hard work and determination to keep us, and our loved ones safe.
At the end of the storm there is a rainbow. After months away, we finally returned to our home and our family. I don’t know how we would have got through that time without Mac House and I will be forever grateful to them for keeping me by Henry’s bedside when he needed his mummy the most.
We have all had to face the struggles coronavirus has, and continues to impose on us. If you are able to make a donation, please give today and help another family like mine have a home from home when it matters most.
£30 will keep a whole family together for one night in Mac House
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