20 November, 2017

Helping bereaved children

23 August, 2017

BCAS is raising money for Winston’s Wish charity, which supports children and young people after the death of their mum, dad, brother or sister. The loss of a close relative is one of the most devastating and traumatic experiences that a child can face and the charity exists to ensure that every child can move forwards and face the future with hope, courage, confidence and strength.


BCAS president, James Maziak, said: “Winston’s Wish offered amazing support to my son and I when my wife passed away in 2007. At the time Josh was 11 and they really helped him come to terms with the tragic loss of his Mum. I would encourage anyone to donate generously towards their fantastic work and am delighted that they are BCAS’ nominated charity for my term as president.”

The society raised £10,000 for its previous nominated charity Ambitious about Autism.




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