Why we need your help

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Our achievements so far mean that many of our residents and day students now have access to the most modern, bespoke, fully-equipped accommodation and workshop facilities.

We have already built four new workshops and two new houses, but we really need your support to help us finish the transformation.

We have now started building our final two residential houses – Parklands. We cannot stress how important these houses will be to our community. They will provide high-quality modern accommodation for our residents and will allow our numbers to increase so we can help many more vulnerable adults and have a financially sustainable future. But we still need funds to complete the building work and fit out and furnish the houses when they are complete.

When work is complete there will also be:

  • Newly-refurbished areas in the main house for daytime activities and community gatherings
  • Better outdoor and wheelchair access
  • More workshops, an activity centre, a café and a new reception area so that we can welcome visitors to our community

We simply cannot do it alone. We desperately need your support to share in our vision and safeguard our very special way of life. By investing today, we are securing our future for tomorrow.

There are lots of ways to support the Appeal:

> Organise your own fundraiser
> Set a personal challenge
> Become a Friend
> Get your organisation involved
> Volunteer
> Donate

If you would like to support our Appeal, please contact our Appeal Coordinator, Lynda Ferguson, on 01786 843 047 or email: lynda@camphillblairdrummond.org.uk. Thank you. Any support you can give will make a huge difference.

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