Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club donates £225 to Flower Pod project for adults with learning disabilities

Adrian Cresswell, Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club president, presents a cheque to Julia Sandhu, Reach fundraiser PHOTO: Supplied
Adrian Cresswell, Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club president, presents a cheque to Julia Sandhu, Reach fundraiser PHOTO: Supplied
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The Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club has donated £225 to help horticultural based social enterprise Flower Pod.

Flower Pod is part of Reach Learning Disability, a charity that provides day-centre care and domiciliary support for people with learning disabilities.

The donation will be used for specialist communication software and art equipment.

Julia Sandhu, Reach fundraiser, said: “The software purchased with the Rotary club’s kind gift will enable us to produce documents in accessible formats for clients.

“Not being able to understand written materials can make people feel cut off and excluded, so this software will help reduce isolation.

Creativity is at the heart of everything we do at Flower Pod, so the new art equipment is also very welcome.”