Presentations to Lodge Waterton’s Nominated Charities
The Seed BoxSandsCamphill School
Top photograph – RWM Bro Derek Lovie hands over a cheque to Gail Thomson who was representing “A Bear named Buttony” which is a charity that supports children and young people who have a stoma.
The next photograph shows Bro. Lovie handing over a cheque to Guy from “The Seed Box” which is a local charity based in Balogie Aboyne. The Seed Box provides a day service for adults with additional support needs, who are presently unable to work in mainstream employment.
In the third photograph Bro Lovie is seen handing over a cheque to Jennifer and Fiona from “Sands“. Sands exists to reduce the number of babies dying and to support anyone affected by the death of a baby, before, during or shortly after birth, whenever this happened and for as long as they need support.
In the last photograph Bro Lovie is seen handing over a cheque to Martin and Murron from “Camphill School”. Camphill School Aberdeen is an independent charity supporting children and young people – many with additional support needs – to reach their fullest potential.
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