28 April 2017
Chamberlain Court donates £1,000 to local charities
Chamberlain Court, our new residential and dementia care home in Tunbridge Wells has donated £1,000 to two local charities to mark Pay It Forward Day.
Representatives from Chamberlain Court, which is scheduled to open on June 27th, donated the money to children’s charity Tree of Hope, and befriending service for the elderly, The Good Neighbours Project to mark the national awareness day, which encourages others to take part in a worldwide movement of performing random acts of kindness.
Customer Relationship Manager at Chamberlain Court, Darren Hill said: “Chamberlain Court are delighted to be donating this money to The Good Neighbours Project and Tree of Hope to mark Pay It Forward Day.
“Both charities do amazing work in the local and extended communities and we hope to be able to support them in their future fundraising efforts.”
Fundraising Manager for Tree of Hope, Kate Bourne said: “Tree of Hope are delighted to receive Chamberlain Court’s generous donation which will help our team to support the families of over 800 children with a disability or illness to fundraise for the specialist treatment, equipment, or therapy that they require.”
Befriending Manager for The Good Neighbours Project, Elizabeth Hills said: “Good Neighbours is pleased to welcome Hallmark Care Homes to Tunbridge Wells where there is a growing need for residential care home facilities.
“Chamberlain Court joins the existing high-quality offering in the town providing further choice for its elderly residents. We are grateful for their support of Good Neighbours and look forward to working alongside them in the future.”
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