We continue to enjoy the many benefits of a positive working partnership with the Diocese of Truro in particular Canon Bill Stuart-White based at the All Saints Church, Killigrew Street, Falmouth and the Huddle Cafe situated in Church Street, Falmouth. In 2019 Canon Bill supported us to develop our popular SHARE groups. The groups are held on a monthly basis in Falmouth and Truro and are designed to provide a safe and nurturing atmosphere for those experiencing isolation and loneliness. We thank Canon Bill for his skills and expertise in setting up and facilitating such a group.
We are also grateful to Huddle Cafe for providing the monthly space for our Falmouth SHARE group. As a church initiative the cafe loves to work with organisations who are committed to bringing positive change to our community and beyond.
Thank you to Ian Fitzgerald, Managing Director of Rick Stein Restaurants and the behind the scenes administrators who facilitated a donation of funds in 2020 to cover the venue hire costs of our SHARE support groups. We look forward to meeting with Ian throughout the year to update him on our progress.
Thank you to Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth who very kindly donated funds towards refreshments and others associated costs involved in running the SHARE support groups which ensures the groups remain free at the point of access for those who need our guidance and compassion.
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We are also thrilled to announce that as part of the Asda Green Tokens Scheme which took place at the Penryn Superstore our partners at All Saints Church will be receiving £300 on our behalf in July 2020 to assist with our the free aspects of our service. We are hugely grateful to members of the community for supporting us during the scheme.