December Coffee Morning at Enham Trust
Want to know more about Enham Trust?
We want to see you and show you the difference donations make to disabled people’s lives.
Our services touch every area of a disabled person’s life and we support over 8,500 people every year. Are you up to date on how we help? Are you aware of our Cedar Park Development? If not, come by and see us and let us fill you in.
Just book your free place at our Coffee Morning and turn up! Come and see how much more we do here at Enham Trust than just housing and care.
We receive generous donations from many kind people and companies every year. Such generosity supports us to achieve our mission to enable disabled people to live the lives they choose. Our personalised services support people to have increased choice, control and independence and we make a real difference, every day.
We want to take the opportunity to meet those who offer kind support, show how we use donations and introduce you to some of the people who benefit. Our coffee morning will be an opportunity to get up to date with the work of the Trust and our Cedar Park Development share in some of our successes. Find out where your pound went!
The coffee morning will take place on the 6th December 2016 from 11:00am - 12:30pm
We look forward to welcoming you!
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