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One MILLION Jelly Drops

One MILLION Jelly Drops

This is the announcement recently posted on social media by Lewis Hornby the inventor of Jelly Drops.

Wonderful news indeed and lovely to also have a mention for the crowd funding.

…………We’re celebrating our millionth drop made!

This is the fantastic Jelly Drops team – now 18 people strong – who has taken Jelly Drops from idea to production in less than two years!

Thank you to the 7000 customers we’ve been fortunate to serve already. We never expected to launch in the middle of a pandemic – but the amazing stories you keep on sharing make up for the fact that we sadly haven’t been able to meet any of you.

Thank you to the 35 000 people outside the UK who are still waiting so patiently. We are working hard behind the scenes to get Jelly Drops to you.

Thank you to the Alzheimer’s Society whose expertise and support have been invaluable. We’d also like to thank all the other programs and competitions that have supported us on our mission.

Thank you to the generous people who donated to the crowdfunding campaign which helped us get started, and thank you to care champion Caron Sprake for the initiative.

Thank you to all carers, paid, or unpaid. We’re all super appreciative of the job you do and we make Jelly Drops with the aspiration to make your day easier.

And last but not least, thank you to my late Grandma Pat – my Chief Research Partner. We’re all here because of you!

Take care, everyone,

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Award-winning blogger and care columnist for Devon Life magazine, Caron also campaigns for recognition of the needs elderly people and their carers. Designer and creator of the award-winning Dementia Assistance Cards which are free to all, and helping thousands of people globally Caron is passionate and committed to making a difference

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