Care charity launches Brew for Two initiative
A charity which provides care to veterans has launched a Brew for Two initiative to encourage people to reconnect.
A charity which provides care to veterans and their partners has launched a new initaitive aimed at helping people reconnect.
Brew for Two has been organised by Royal Star & Garter, which is encouraging people to invite a friend, family member or neighbour for a cup of tea and a catch-up.
The charity provides care to veterans and their partners living with disability or dementia, from homes in Solihull, Surbiton and High Wycombe.
People can send off for a Brew for Two pack for just £5. They will receive two quality teabags, an invitation card to write and a stamped envelope to make it easier to organise the get together. Brew for Two is inspired by the friendships and bonds that form in Royal Star & Garter homes through shared cups of tea.
Once a Brew for Two pack has been received, people can choose how best to put it to use – they could bake a cake to go with the tea, enjoy the hot drink with a board game or make the most of the weather and have it as part of a picnic. Users can also post photos on social media using the hashtag #BrewForTwo
Sophie Fanning-Tichbourne, Royal Star & Garter’s partnerships manager, said: “We know that community and support networks are so important for our wellbeing and over the past two years we have not been socialising as much as we used to.
"Now is the perfect time to invite a friend, family member or neighbour to join you for a cup of tea over a catch-up, while supporting the veterans in our care. We want to help you celebrate small moments of connection and joy with someone you haven’t seen enough of with Brew for Two.”
The purchase of each pack will go towards helping Royal Star & Garter continue to provide its care.
To order your Brew for Two tea pack, or for more information, go to starandgarter.org/brew-for-two/