Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Charities united

TWENTY-TWO people attended the first meeting of the Henley Partnership’s new working group Henley Charities Together.

TWENTY-TWO people attended the first meeting of the Henley Partnership’s new working group Henley Charities Together.

The convenor was Keith Douglas, chairman of the Friends of Camp Mohawk, and the other charities represented were the Chiltern Centre for disabled children, the Regatta for the Disabled, Henley Youth Centre, Sue Ryder, Henley Good Neighbours, Riverside Counselling Services, Rivertime Boat Trust, Oxfam and Parents and Children Together.

Mr Douglas said he was very encouraged to find so many people there with enthusiasm for finding ways of working together in difficult times.

The group came up with seven aims, including to create a support network for providers of charitable services or fund-raising activities and to increase awareness.

Any charity which would like to become involved should email Mr Douglas at keith.douglas.289@gmail.com

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