High rise cheque presentation at Calvert Trust
THE Calvert Trust Exmoor near Blackmoor Gate has been presented with a donation to help young carers enjoy a little time away from their awesome responsibilities. A grant of �1,200 was presented to the outward bound centre by Tiverton Rotary Club and will
THE Calvert Trust Exmoor near Blackmoor Gate has been presented with a donation to help young carers enjoy a little time away from their awesome responsibilities.
A grant of �1,200 was presented to the outward bound centre by Tiverton Rotary Club and will be used by the Devon Young Carers Bursary Fund.
This fund allow for young carers across Devon to have the opportunity for residential adventure weekends away from their caring roles.
They have the chance to meet others with similar experiences to their own but, most importantly, the weekends aim to build self confidence and self esteem whilst having fun.
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The Calvert Trust is very grateful for the continued support of Tiverton Rotary Club and all the local North Devon Rotary Clubs whose generosity and support of the Young Carers Bursary scheme will benefit many young carers in the coming months.
n A cheque presentation with a difference: Tiverton Rotary president Scott Robertson (right) presents a cheque for �1,200 to Calvert Trust Exmoor senior instructor Karl Watson.
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