Woolie and the Good Shepherd Appeal

Who is Woolie?

Woolie is the new Good Shepherd mascot; he will be visiting schools across the Archdiocese telling children about the Good Shepherd Appeal and the Community Services supplied by Nugent Care to the most vulnerable people in our community.
Woolie has many ideas for fundraising but is always pleased when children come up with wonderful ways of raising funds for the Good Shepherd Appeal. If you are struggling to think of an idea take a look at Woolie's Fundraising Ideas sheet and the A2Z of Fundraising booklet downloadable from the bottom of this page. We've also attached a sponsor form for you so it couldn't be easier.
 

WHO started it?
Father James Nugent started the Good Shepherd Collection in 1902

WHEN did Father Nugent live?
Father Nugent was born in 1822 and died in 1905

WHERE did he work?
He worked mainly in Liverpool but also spent some time in Wigan and Blackburn

WHAT did he do?
Father Nugent could see the problems of poverty in Liverpool and helped to educate, house, feed and clothe those in need.

HOW does Nugent Care continue this work today?
Children - We provide care and education for children and have an adoption service.
Adults - We help to support the elderly, people who are hard of hearing, Deaf or who have a learning disability as well as people who are homeless.

WHY should you be involved?
We should follow the example of Father Nugent and show that we care for others.

Your fundraising will help us to continue our work.

So we woud like to introduce Woolie who will be helping us to raise awareness of the Good Shepherd Appeal and how you can help us by raising those much needed funds.