Saints Foundation support Connecting Generations campaign

By SFC Media time Tue 26 May Saints Foundation

Keeping people connected, Saints Foundation is proud to support the Premier League’s campaign, Connecting Generations.

We are encouraging school children to write letters to isolated older relatives, family friends and neighbours to keep them engaged and in touch with people during this difficult time.

How the school children write and design their letters is up to them, be it drawing a picture, writing a story or simply showing that their older adult is thought of. Any contact is all vital to staying connected.

To help and inspire our young people, we have produced a downloadable letter template alongside a list of tips about what they can include in their letter (see below).

Don't forget to take a photo of the letters being written or posted then post it on your social media, tag Saints Foundation and include the hashtag #GetInTouch.

During this unprecedented time, it is essential that we stick together. Connecting Generations gives those who are isolated a boost when it is needed most. Get involved with this national campaign and make someone’s day.

Useful tools:

- Top tips for writing your letter
- Letter template version 1
- Letter template version 2
- Letter template version 3

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