Andrew Reynolds Donates £30,000 to Local Disability Charity

When the Camberley based Disability Initiative Charity recently celebrated its 35th Birthday they received a Royal visit by the Countess of Wessex.

The charity also received a £30,000 cheque gifted by Andrew Reynolds.

The charity started out in 1975. The title was then the Camberley Association for the Disabled. The aim was to support physically disabled people in the area.

When Andrew Reynolds first heard of the charity, he funded a range of equipment for the centre.

Each year Andrew Reynolds continues to fund their activity programmes.

Andrew Reynolds latest gift of £30,000 to the charity will help to fund the new initiative. The charity is keen to start operating day centre resources in nearby towns.

This is what Andrew Reynolds said about this latest idea, “I am very excited by this latest support programme developed by the team at Disability Initiative and jumped at the opportunity to help fund the programme to ensure that it could begin as soon as possible”

Lucy Brown, Chief Executive of DI had this to say about Andrew Reynolds generous new donation, “Andrews on-going generosity and commitment to the charity allows us to push the boundaries and enable us to reach out to people who currently do not access a service such as the one we provide here at DI.”

During the 35th birthday celebrations the charity were also celebrating ten years of being in the purpose built centre. The centre had officially been opened by the charity’s patron the Countess of Wessex and her husband Prince Edward.

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