In the days leading up to Easter, members of the Everton Family have taken on the role of the Easter Bunny and have been busy delivering eggs across Liverpool.
Kindly donated by Adele Carr Financial Recruitment and its North-West clients, over 600 eggs have been distributed to Everton in the Community and its participants as well as local care homes and hospices to provide some Easter cheer.
Everton Ladies players Jodie Brett and Courtney Sweetman-Kirk went along to St Oswalds Catholic Primary School in Old Swan with Everton in the Community to assist them in delivering a girls-only Premier League Primary Stars session focused on numeracy and literacy to the excited pupils before ending their visit giving out Easter eggs to the school.
The following day, Everton Ambassadors Graham Stuart and Ian Snodin visited Springfield Nursing Home in Aughton and spent time chatting with the residents, looking around the facilities and taking part in an impromptu Q&A whilst delivering some Easter joy.
Twenty-four hours later and again armed with Easter eggs, Snods and Diamond went to Woodlands Hospice and met with a group of out-patients who access the Hospice’s day therapy sessions on a weekly basis and spoke with the staff about the work that Woodlands does to support individuals and families throughout South Sefton, North Liverpool and Kirkby.
Speaking after their energetic Easter visit, Everton Ladies midfielder Jodie Brett said: “We came down to help with a bit of a coaching session for the girls and share a few things about us in a question and answer session. It was really good fun and we had some great questions. The girls all had massive smiles on their faces and seemed made up with their Easter eggs!”
For the last 15 years, award-winning financial recruitment agency Adele Carr has supported many local causes throughout the North West and for the third consecutive year, the Blues' official charity were chosen as the recipients to benefit from the kind generosity of Adele Carr and its clients.