Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year and what better time to get into the festive spirit and do something charitable?
Thousands of people live with Parkinson’s disease in the UK but for many the right treatment is out of reach. We’re determined to change that. In partnership with the charity Parkinson’s Care and Support UK, we are currently looking to raise £600,000 to establish the world’s first integrated therapy centre offering comprehensive support to those that need it most, while developing new treatments that could give extra hope to so many worldwide.
In order to help reach this target, charity season’s greetings cards are now available to support our fundraising campaign. Carbasse Implant and Dental Centre, a family run dental practice based in Whitstable, has kindly sponsored the cards and we are most grateful to them for their support.
Practice Manager, Sarah Carbasse, said “I have personal experience of the impact a brain injury can have on an individual and their family. As soon as I heard about this groundbreaking project I knew I wanted to get involved to potentially help change the lives of those living with neuro-disabilities.“
The cards, which feature a snowy view of Canterbury Cathedral from campus and a snowy sheep, are available for a suggested donation of £3.50 for a pack of 10 or three packs for £9 from the Darwin College, Eliot College, Keynes College, Turing College, Tyler Court and Parkwood Receptions or by contacting Anna Pollard – A.J.Pollard@kent.ac.uk or Laura Smith – L.J.Smithemail@example.com. All proceeds will go towards supporting this vital project.
Please help us to open this new Centre and change the lives of so many.