Merseyside Police Federation Annual Ball – Thursday 10th November

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Last night it was our great pleasure and privilege to be the charity of choice at Merseyside Police Federation’s annual ball (@MerPolFed). We’d like to say a huge thank you to Peter, Collette, Rossie and the team for choosing us and delivering a fabulous evening.

And the best news of all – while we await the final fundraising total, we can tell you that one very generous bidder in the auction weighed in with a whopping £10,000 donation! Not a dry eye in the house. This money will have a huge impact at Sunflowers. Thank you to everybody who donated last night, from everybody who benefits from our service.

Merseyside Police, we salute you.

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We were very delighted to be invited to the Lord Mayor’s Civic Service for charities today’s St Nic’s Church and the Town Hall.


NHS Consultation Results

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We had a fantastic response to our recent NHS consultation survey, which will go a long way to helping secure funding for our services in future.


Those of you who would like to see the results of the survey, including comments we received, can click on the link below (requires a compatible PDF reader to view, such as Google Chrome or Adobe Reader).


NHS Consultation Results

Echo Awards and Sponsor a Sunflower

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It’s been an exciting few days right here at Sunflowers.

First up our very own CEO Emma Squibb was nominated for a Liverpool Echo Award. Lots of our staff and volunteers turned up on Friday 16th to support Emma at an event hosted by original Big Brother winner Craig Phillips and Hollyoaks’ Jessica Fox.

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Emma was also featured on North West Tonight on Monday 19th, alongside the wonderful Oliver Harrison who has been helping us with his “Sponsor a Sunflower” appeal

After the story aired we had an incredible surge in support, Oliver’s fundraiser shot past £3,500 in the space of 24 hours! We have a whole bunch of services and therapies taking place every week so the money raised (fingers crossed for £4,000) will be put to very good use.

Anyone wishing to donate to Oliver’s fundraiser can find a link here: