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Good Shepherd Schools Appeal 2020

Many people we support knock on our door in times of need, sometimes feeling lost, and we’ve chosen this year’s Good Shepherd Appeal theme as ‘The Parable of the Lost Sheep’ (Luke 15: 4 – 7), as we look to extend the message that everyone is important and loved by God. At Nugent, we try to put people back on the right path and provide them with the guidance they need for the road ahead.

The Good Shepherd Appeal is one of our oldest appeals and generations of schoolchildren have continued to support us by taking part. Across the last 10 years the appeal has raised over £500,000 to support our work.

Pupils at all the schools taking part really use their imagination and come up with some amazing ideas that their friends and staff can take part in.

You can download all the resources you need to run your Good Shepherd events at the bottom of the page.

Share you Good Shepherd news using #nugentgs and tag us in, @wearenugent, and we’ll follow and retweet your stories.

This year’s Good Shepherd Masses at which the children will be invited to present their fundraising donations (please make cheques payable to Nugent), will take place on the following dates and both Masses will be led by Bishop Tom Williams:

St Mary’s Church, Leyland

  • Wednesday 24 June 2020
  • 10.45am

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool

  • Tuesday 30 June 2020
  • 1:00pm

At both masses, the children will be invited to present their fundraising donations. Please make cheques payable to Nugent.

Your school can be part of this year’s Good Shepherd Choir at one of our masses. For more details please download the information from  Dr Christopher McElroy, Director of Music at Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, to register your school, please click here.

If you would like us to visit your school and talk about the work of Nugent, please contact:-

Francesca D’Arcy

0151 261 2000

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For 140 years we have been providing support to children, young people, adults and families who are vulnerable or at risk across the North West through our schools, care homes, community and social work services. Your donations can help us support more people.

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