Young people helped by Crediton Co-op and local Rotary Club

By Alan Quick   |   Editorial Manager/Photojournalist   |
Sunday 19th July 2020 5:42 am
Pictured outside the Crediton Co-op store, from left, sales assistant Catherine Seatherton and assistant manager John Snell with Becky Fry from The Amber Centre and right, from the Rotary Club of Crediton Boniface, Nick Yarnold. AQ 8534 ()

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A CREDITON shop and local volunteers have been thanked for helping a charity which helps homeless and unemployed young people in Devon.

Volunteers from the Rotary Club of Crediton Boniface have weekly, since the pandemic began, collected food items donated by the Crediton High Street Co-op store and delivered these to The Amber Centre at Ashley Court, Chawleigh.

In addition, the Rotary Club has been sourcing and donating various items to support residents and made a cash donation towards some gym equipment at the Centre.

The Amber Centre at Chawleigh has been grateful for the donations and assistance and Rebecca Fry, The Amber Foundation Fundraising Manager, said: “I’d like to say a huge thank-you to the Co-op and the members of the Crediton Boniface Rotary for their continued support of Amber despite the challenges of lockdown. The generosity and support shown is hugely appreciated and has really helped the young people through the last few months.”

If you would like to make a financial donation to The Amber Foundation, please contact Rebecca by email at: [email protected] or telephone 01769 582020.

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