Big support from Crerar Hotels
We were delighted to welcome Donald Henderson, Marketing Manager of Crerar Hotels, to our community on a grey day last October. Residents Leanne and John were on hand to help take ownership of an enormous cheque- the biggest ‘big cheque’ we have ever seen!
It is always a great delight to show friends and donors the very positive and tangible results of their support. Even the weather could not dampen our enthusiasm that day and Donald was clearly impressed with all he saw:
“Crerar Hotels is proud to make a donation to Camphill Blair Drummond Trust in their mission to provide a mutually supportive and purposeful community life for people with complex learning disabilities. Having visited Camphill myself recently, I can only say how impressed I am with the work done by everyone and the huge impact it makes on the residents lives and the benefit to the local community as a whole. The new facilities all look superb and Crerar Hotels is delighted to help Camphill Blair Drummond Trust achieve this.” Donald Henderson.
Without supporters like the Crerar Hotels Trust we would never have made the significant progress we have made to date. We would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to you all; bigger even than this cheque!
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