As a keen supporter of Camberley based Disability Initiative, Andrew Reynolds has this year agreed to fund some additional activities.
Andrew Reynolds said “Disability Initiative, a standalone charitable organisation, has to raise significant amounts of money every year, to help the organisation deliver the vital services needed by its clients and to continue to improve and maintain its purpose built facilities and cutting edge equipment.”
Like most charitable organisations it would be impossible to provide these services without voluntary donations from individuals such as Andrew Reynolds and other local businesses.”
“DI’s resource centre specialises in education… skills development …pre-vocational training… rehabilitation… mobility…” said Andrew Reynolds. “It performs absolutely vital services and as I’ve seen myself when spending time at DI, they achieve outstanding results for their clients” Of course delivering excellence – particularly in these times of austerity and cuts, means a greater need to ask for help.
“DI don’t get any support from government for their capital expenditure, nor for essential equipment.” Said Andrew Reynolds. “If DI decides to create new services or put together new programmes for clients – they have to rely on outside funding.”
“I first got involved with them after seeing a piece in my local paper – when they put out a request for some help with funding some new equipment.” Said Andrew Reynolds “I must admit I had never even heard of the charity until that point – but when I called in to see them, to look at how I might help with this new equipment I quickly saw the amazing work then do with their clients.”
As well as providing funding to help with the equipment over the years, Andrew Reynolds has also this year agreed to provide further funding to help to pay for additional activities, which DI would otherwise not be able to provide this year.