Reading Abbey has supported the local, national and international community through our volunteer work and by donating funds to deserving causes.
Reading Abbey is proud to have donated close to £60,000 to 40 charities over the last three years. Causes range from the local to global, benefitting the many or the few. The causes supported include:
- Hope for Tomorrow
- End Polio Now
- Wyfold Riding for the Disabled
- Kids Cancer Charity
- Helen & Douglas House
- Rotary Doctor Bank
- Keswick RC (Flood relief)
- MS Society
- Berkshire Women's Aid
- Starlight Children's Foundation
- Dingley Centre
- Alzheimer's Society
- Motor Neurone Disease Association
- Berkshire Vision
- Stoma Aid
- Hilary Fish Donation
- Ways & Means Trust
- Number 5
- Sue Ryder Foundation
- Creating Better Futures
- Berkshire Community Foundation
- Parkinson's Society
- Thomas Frost
- Rotary Foundation
- Launchpad Reading
- Ufton Court
- Reading Family Aid
- Project Trust
- Defibrillator (Crowne Plaza)
- Stroke Unit, Royal Berkshire Hospital
- Rivertime Boat Trust
- Animal Rescue, Asia
- British Skin Foundation
From mock interviews for school leavers to visiting elderly war veterans and helping primary school children with reading difficulties there's a variety of opportunities for all our members to play their part. Here are some of the community service activities we get involved with:
Mock Interviews - We provide interview practise for A'Level students preparing for university applications.
Ways and Means Kiosk - Ways and Means Trust (Link) is a Charity helping adults with learning or physical disabilities, or poor mental health. We provide social and practical skills for independent living, and training, education and work experience to assist adults working towards open employment. Reading Abbey members volunteer at the Tea Kiosk in Caversham Court.
Carol Concert, Falklands Memorial Chapel - We help with car parking for this wonderful concert and readings organised by the League of Friends of the Royal Berkshire Hospital.
|Distributing Easter Eggs - Each year the Thames Vale
Vultures Motorcycle Club collect thousands of Easter Eggs and we help
distribute some to local causes.
|Sue Ryder Hospice, Nettlebed
Serving Hot Dogs at their firework display.
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