Get Home Safe was founded by Helen Evans who tragically lost her nephew, Ross Paterson. Ross was only 23 when he was tragically killed whilst he was walking home from a night out on 16 March 2014.
The charity was set up in Ross’ memory and aims to try and educate young people about the dangers getting home after a night out and asks them ‘Do You Have a Plan?’ urging them to check ‘KEYS. MONEY. PHONE’. They warn about the dangers of drinking excessively and go to local schools and colleges with a short presentation for students between the age of 16-20 to spread their important message. They also have a short film produced to highlight the dangers of going home alone and unsafely.
You can find out more about this amazing charity and donate today by visiting their website here.
Get Home Safe was holding a bake sale where I work recently so I wanted to contribute towards this amazing cause. I made two different bakes: chocolate fudge brownies and a cookie cake.
The brownies are everything I love in a brownie with a fudge like consistency and the ability to melt in your mouth. They are delicious; find the recipe for this delicious treat here.
My cookie cake was a revelation, perfect warm out of the oven with a scoop of ice cream – find my recipe here.
Let me know if you loved my brownies or cookie cake by leaving me a comment below or sharing your pictures on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #mrswallscooks