Kingston Dragon Boat Festival 2017
Our volunteers and the defending champions, Dragons Without Borders, have kindly selected Kingston Welcare as its chosen charity for the annual Kingston Dragon Boat Festival in 2017. The event will be held on 16 July 2017.
Less than one year.
Charity information: Kingston and District WelCare Association
Kingston WelCare is a collection of individuals from the community supporting the community. Together we can act as a thread to keep families united and the community connected.
Founded 1890, Kingston WelCare has been a consistent local presence in the Kingston borough for numerous years. Always helping parents with their growing families. We see our small changes having an enormous impact for the 100's of children that have known WelCare as a home away from home.
All funds will be used directly to achieve the aim of the project and Charity.
Team members: Dave Rea, Shirani Park, Charles Champion, Richard Coburn, Nick Aplas, Richard Ainsley, Colin Moxon, Steve Curtis, Bruce Park, Mike Labrand, Nathan Friel, Matthew Booker, Matthew Raynor, Susie Norman, Juliet Raynor, Ben Cox.
To strengthen families by supporting parents who live, work or have children in Kingston
Activities» Parents Place
» Families Apart
» Families Connect
What success will look like
Improved parent support throughout the Borough.
The Trustees consider that the activities undertaken, offered at no or minimal cost, provide benefit to both parents and their children in the community and confirm that in exercising their powers and duties, they have complied with their duty to have due regard to the guidance on public benefit published by the Charity Commission and have complied with their duties under Section 17 of the Charities Act 2011.
Updates provided through the website, newsletters and twitter feeds.
Budget - Project Cost: £2,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £2,000 Dragon Boat Festival Kingston Dragon Boat Festival 2017
Canbury Gardens, Kingston
Kingston Borough residents, families and children we support in the community.
Read more about the Charity running this project.