Camphill Village Trust wants to thank you…

by Handymag

…for an amazing 65 years of support.

There is always more work to be done. Your kind donations are increasingly important to help Camphill Village Trust continue in their work to provide a lifetime of opportunity to people with learning and other disabilities.

The Trust has spent 65 years growing thriving communities across the UK. The first-ever community, Botton Village in the North York Moors set out to create a space where adults with learning disabilities can achieve their potential and pursue their dreams.

“Camphill Village Trust supports people to achieve their potential. Everyone is appreciated for their own talents and qualities. Because of this people grow in confidence and self-esteem.”

And what a journey it has been. There are now communities across the country, including right here on your doorstep Croft Community in Malton. To celebrate their 65th Anniversary they are asking for your help!

Ready to take on a challenge?

The Trust relies on the generosity of its donors, and if you’re ready to take on a challenge, they would love to hear from you.
There are many ways you can help:

Take on a sponsored challenge

Can be a run, marathon, fun sporting event – anything at all!

Coffee mornings

Great for raising funds at work and bringing everyone together over delicious cakes.

Fundraising events

Can be sponsored walks right through to skydiving, swimming and triathlons. There are lots of events taking place throughout the year – check out their website www.camphillvillagetrust.org.uk for more details.

If you prefer to simply donate, then you can rest assured that funds go directly towards helping people with learning disabilities to lead an enriching life a life of opportunity.

Here in Malton, the Croft Community runs the Kingfisher Café where members cook and serve dishes and hot drinks.

They also create menus based on produce grown by Botton Village community and have access to craft groups, activities and more.

“It’s amazing the difference it makes to someone’s confidence if they can choose how they live their life. At Camphill Village Trust choice and independence are such important elements of everyday life.”

But that’s not all…the trust regularly arranges events that are open to everyone as part of their mission to integrate all the communities.

You’re also welcome to come and visit Botton Village for example or shop their handmade produce and crafts online.

If you’d like to get involved with fundraising or would like to make a donation, visit
www.camphillvillagetrust.org.uk or phone 01287 661238.

Once again…thank you for your support.

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