Welwyn Garden City Rotary Club supports charity in difficult times

PUBLISHED: 07:00 14 August 2020

Past WGC Rotary Club president Andy Forrow and Jubilee House Care Trust CEO Jon Pratten. Picture: Supplied

Past WGC Rotary Club president Andy Forrow and Jubilee House Care Trust CEO Jon Pratten. Picture: Supplied

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The Rotary Club of Welwyn Garden City has been doing its best to give backing to the town’s hard-working charities throughout the pandemic.

Past WGC Rotary Club president Andy Forrow and Jubilee House Care Trust fundraiser Emma Davis. Picture: SuppliedPast WGC Rotary Club president Andy Forrow and Jubilee House Care Trust fundraiser Emma Davis. Picture: Supplied

The club donated £250 to Jubilee House Care Trust, which supports people with learning disabilities, last week.

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Based in WGC Jubilee House Care Trust provides individually tailored care and support through a wide range of services, for both adults and children.

Andy Forrow, past president of the club, said: “Jubilee House is very much in our hearts as it’s local and it’s somewhere that our albeit small donations can make a difference.”

Jubilee House Care Trust CEO Jon Pratten and fundraiser Emma Davis, received a visit from Rotarians Andy and Susan Forrow. Suitably distanced, Jon and Emma received a second Rotary cheque this year that will go towards the charity’s continuing safety assurance programme for its users and staff.


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