Special thanks to The National Lottery Players
Special thanks to The National Lottery Players and Supporters says JOM Charity Founder, Trustee & Chief Executive & coordinator Chief Josephine Oboh-MacLeod (Johfrim) of JOM Charity
Mental health issues often affect people’s minds and understanding rather than physically.
JOM Charity understands that Raising mental health awareness can help with the understanding how sufferers, families and careers can find ways and activities when it comes down to day to day living and dealing with mental health issues. perhaps most importantly, break the stigma that leaves so many sufferers led a secret life.
Autism Awareness Children’s Day Exhibition 2022
JOM CHARITY (SCIO) SC048839 *_Scotland Presents_* 👉 Autism Awareness Children’s Day Exhibition 2022 !!!*Funded by — National lottery Community Funding Scotland *Date: 30th April 2022*Time*: 11 am to 3 pm *Facilitators :- Josephine Oboh Macleod-Vanessa Fletcher etc *Venue: The Regent Shopping Centre, Cowgate, G66 1JH Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire Scotland * Autism On The Brief : 👇👇Autism is described by experts as a complex, lifelong developmental disability that typically appears during early childhood and can impact a person’s social skills, communication, relationships and self-regulation.Buts it’s not all that bad🤗 it can be managed!!!🥰🥰😃DON’T FORGET, SATURDAY 30TH APRIL IS A FUN DAY FOR CHILDREN
Special Thank you
As I work on my goal in touching lives through Humanitarianism etc. Please know your support has helped me not to give up. I will continue to be persistent and eventually will do what I set out to do.
Would like to appreciate, The National Lottery Community Fund, Scotland for Funding JOM CHARITY -SCIO Afro Celtic Event that took place in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, United kingdom in 2021.
The support you provided helped tremendously. I am thankful that you stuck with me and still love me through difficult times.
We have apply to the National Lottery & Glasgow Mental health Funds for 2022 funding to enable us facilitate creative art, well-being and Mental health activities in kirkintilloch East, North, Twechar & Milngavie, Glasgow.
We are very positive on our chances of getting the funds.
“I am extremely excited to facilitate these activities” and regardless of the funding, We have continue our activities in Milngavie and have ear marked fantastic activities in kirkintilloch and surrounding area in 2022 says Jom Charity East Dunbartonshire travel and Tourism founder and Trustee
Josephine Oboh Macleod💕💕
Valentine Special, Sponsored by Tesco
A very successful event!
As we send Love to all from Tesco Milingavie.
Thanks to you all for your magnificent support!
In aid of Mental Health & raising funds for local school, Douglas Academy, Milngavie.
A big thanks also goes to Tesco staff and mangers, St Paul’s Church, Milngavie, Pam Gosal MSP, ￼Naveed Asghar Rana,Steven Morrison, Faten Hameed, Tesco staffs & Managers, St Paul’s Church Milngavie, Ian, Milngavie Manor Carehome, local Artist, Geoff Foord, Piper Norman MacLeod, JOM Charity Volunteers, Supporters & most importantly everybody!
The event was facilitated by Tesco Community Champion Evelyn & Josephine Oboh-MacLeod of JOM Charity – SCIO.