Christmas hampers support older people in Armley and Wortley


Older people supported by Armley Helping Hands have benefited from 60 Christmas hampers through a collaboration with a Leeds-based home care company.

The hampers were filled with essential items and festive treats and were distributed during an enchanting pantomime event earlier this week.

Home Instead has a mission centred around compassion and companionship, the company, led by owner Bahareh Naghash, is making a significant impact on the lives of adults in the region.

Bahareh Naghash, the owner of Home Instead Central Leeds, emphasized the importance of giving back to the community. “Our commitment to compassionate care extends beyond the usual parameters of our services. We want to bring warmth and joy to the lives of those in need, especially during the festive season,” Bahareh said.

Care Manager Chris Rushworth echoed this sentiment and added: “Our team is dedicated to ensuring that every aspect of our care, from daily support to festive initiatives, reflects our commitment to enhancing the well-being of the community we serve.”

Home Instead Central Leeds specialises in offering a range of services, including home care, companionship, and personal care, to enhance the quality of life for adults.

Armley Helping Hands is a charity established in 1995 to prevent social isolation and loneliness to older residents living in Armley and Wortley.

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