CARE Then and Now
CARE Then and Now: Some very happy memories
Edna Hughes recalls “some very happy memories for me at times of real stress!”
CARE Then and Now: Wonderful cake with fruit on top
We did not know there were such things – but how delicious it was!
CARE Then and Now: The cornflakes smelled like magic!
Joseph Briddock remembers living in London during the war - and receiving CARE packages “from strangers across the ocean”.
CARE Then and Now: A parcel and a penfriend
Elizabeth Coughlin remembers a parcel with tea, sugar, rice, tins of food and cellotape “which we had never seen before”.
CARE Then and Now: “I remember the excitement”
Ruth Martin remembers her excitement when the first parcel arrived, and her amazement at the goodies it contained.
CARE Then and Now: “I still have the labels”
June Darby's family received three packages - and June has got the labels to prove it.
CARE Then and Now: We remember packing the boxes
Susan Walton remembers helping pack CARE packages at school in the USA when she lived there as a child.
From the archive: CARE packages lead to marriage
World War 2 brought Marta and Dayton Edie together – but it was the CARE packages Dayton sent later that helped win Marta’s heart.