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Rotary Club of Stafford Knot is befriending CARE

Working together in the community to combat social isolation, improve wellbeing and access to learning opportunities.

Rotary Club of Stafford Knot is befriending Chase Aqua Rural Enterprise – working together in the community to combat social isolation, improve wellbeing and access to learning opportunities.
As part of the partnership Rotary ambassadors will share their own life skills, knowledge and talents supporting CARE from its rural farm based venue at Penkridge and with other CARE community activities, including fundraising support.
CARE provides a range of informal educational and therapeutic rural activities. CARE’s holistic approach encourages learning and promotes wellbeing. We support vulnerable adults, young people and children, schools, community groups as well as private individuals. Brad, Director at CARE, “We are really pleased to be involved with the new initiative with the Rotary, it will be a huge help to us and also great support to everyone who accesses our project”, “Our thanks in advance to everyone involved, we’re really excited to make a start!”
Linda Hunter, Coordinator of the new Befriending Scheme believes that by supporting CARE and becoming ambassadors, Rotary members can help many people in the local community as they learn new skills and improve their mental health and wellbeing. Linda will also be organising valuable practical support from the Rotary members to the project too.
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