July 2018 – Parity are now eBay!
Parity are now on eBay! We now have our very own page that sells some of the amazing the donations that we receive in our three shops. Visit our eBay page and help support our students. 100% of all the proceeds will come directly to Parity! Thank you.
June 2018 – John Vickery’s London Marathon Success
Thank you to supporter John Vickery from Vickery Estate Agents who took on the London Marathon in support of Parity. He finished in a fantastic time and raised over £5,000 in support of our students. There’s still time to support his effort please click here. From everyone at Parity, Thank You John!
May 2018 – Yateley School’s Pankhurst House PariTea Success
Thank you to Mrs J Balls and all in Pankhurst House who organised a fantastic PariTea event. Students and staff all got involved and took over a breaktime where cakes and other treats were being sold. They raised a fantastic £70.85, thank you for your support.
April 2018 – Thank You to The Leathersellers’
The Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund have awarded Parity a £20,000 grant over the next four years. We look forward to working with them and thank them for their incredible support.
March 2018 – Camberley Heath Golf Club Thanks
Thank you to last year’s Camberley Heath Golf Club Captain, Duncan Parker, who chose Parity as one of his charities to support throughout his year. From golf days to auctions his support really has made a difference to our day services and students. He came and presented a cheque for £5059.50 to Executive Director Alison Cooper at our Farnborough Day Service. Thank you to Duncan for all of his support.
February 2018 – Stay in Touch! New Data Regs…
As you may know new data protection regulations come in to force on 25th May. In order for us to contact you and send information via post, email or phone we need your consent. Please complete our communication preferences form online by clicking here. If you have any questions about how we use your information please don’t hesitate to get in contact. Thank you.
January 2018 – Thank You
December was a busy month with many community groups kindly choosing to support Parity. Windlesham Golf Club Ladies team donated generous gifts of art and craft materials which Captain Graham Robertson visited our Mytchett Day service to drop off. Enterprise-Rent-a-Car as part of their Angel Tree provided Christmas gifts for each of our students, for which much all of our students were excited to receive. Fleet United Reform Church held their annual gift giving service and sent gifts to our students along with a lovely donation. Thank you to everyone for all of your support.
December 2017 – Winter Wonderland
Our Farnborough Day Service held their second Winter Wonderland, which saw a variety of stalls, a tombola, raffle and a performance from The Lydian Singers. It was a lovely evening that got everyone in to the Christmas spirit and managed to raise a fantastic £1,058 with donations still coming in. Congratulation to the Farnborough Day Service team who put so much effort in the event. Thank you to everyone that attended and made the evening such a success. Merry Christmas and a happy new year from all at Parity.
November 2017 – Supporter Success
November has been a busy month with ten volunteers taking on a firewalk at Rushmoor Fire Station. Thank you to everyone that took part. We so far have raised just over £2,000 with sponsorship still coming in. We also held our annual Christmas Fayre in Princes Mead on the 18th November where we had a variety of stalls and had the opportunity to have your picture taken with Darth Vader we managed to raise £1,165 on the day. Thank you to everyone for your support
October 2017 – Parity for Disability AGM
Supporters, staff and students came together on Wednesday 25th October for Parity’s AGM at High Cross Church in Camberley. Chairman Owen Durrett, got proceeding underway with a talk about the last year, highlighting support from individuals, community groups and organisations, along with the many challenges that Parity encounters and must overcome. Treasurer, David Turnidge spoke briefly about finances, fees and fundraising and moved on to speak about our objectives for the future. Keyworkers were recognised for their support, with long service certificates handed out to many. Kindly, supporters Stephen and Paul from local pub The Falkners Arms spoke about how important their support to local charities is whilst turning the fortunes round of a forgotten pub. Lastly our thanks go to the staff at High Cross Church for their help in organising the event.