Kingsley Centre New Dishwasher

50% contribution towards the cost of a new dishwasher at their Kingsley Bordon Centre. The funds had been raised by Rotary over the Christmas period by various public collections and the Yuletide Festival .

The Rotary Club of Alton made a donation of £750 to the Kingsley Organisation as a
50% contribution towards the cost of a new dishwasher at their Kingsley Bordon
Centre.
 
The funds had been raised by Rotary over the Christmas period by various public
collections and the Yuletide Festival .
The Kingsley Centre has been going for over 30 years and provide services for
disabled people and specialises in personal development and helping people to
achieve their goals .It has a small team of Professional facilitators supported by
around 50 volunteers.
 
The dishwasher was top of their list as an urgent aid to clean all the crockery used on
a daily basis. The balance of the money had been collected by the Organisation.
 
The pictures show Alton Rotary President Pam Bradford assisted by Chris Walker
Club Secretary handing over the cheque for £ 750 to Kirstey a volunteer who has
overcome some of her disability problems with the help of the Trust and is now a
very special spokesperson for them.
 
The handover was arranged by Jill Trout, The Events Coordinator for the Kingsley
Centre.