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Launching our Islington Winter Appeal with Glow in the Angel ✨

We had an amazing time at Angel Islington’s annual festive ‘Glow in the Angel’ event last Saturday. A huge thank you to our incredible supporters and wonderful local community. Together, we raised a brilliant £685 on the day, helping to kickstart our winter appeal! 

Thank you also to everyone who penned heart-warming messages on our vibrant, juicy-coloured winter postcards. We can’t wait to share your messages with neighbours in our community. If you missed the initial festive fun, it’s not too late to join us in spreading the joy. Head down to Angel Central (by the lifts) to see our enchanting installation and share your message of joy. You can also donate what you can to support our winter appeal, raising funds for local projects in Islington. Every single donation is truly appreciated. 

Support local projects that change lives in Islington

People in Islington face some of the highest levels of poverty and isolation in the country. And with record levels of people struggling to make ends meet this winter, things can feel hopeless. 

But we know what an incredible community we are part of in Islington – and the difference we can make when we come together to support our neighbours. Islington Giving was set up to raise funds for local projects that can change lives. 

This winter, we need your help to fund inspiring projects in your local community. Together, we can create opportunities for isolated older people to make connections and beat loneliness. We can spark joy for young families through free to access messy play sessions. And we can change lives by ensuring our most vulnerable neighbours get the support they need.  

Every donation to our Islington Winter Appeal, however small, will make an impact. Together, we can make a difference on our doorstep. 

Islington Winter Appeal installation, Angel Central
Islington Winter Appeal installation, Angel Central

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