“Time, spiritual peace, kindness and laughter are great healers and all are found among the community of Friends of Park Place.”
– Anne Gibbons, former Chairperson
The Friends of Park Place number almost 200 people from across the UK and beyond, who offer money, time, ideas and energy in support of the Sisters’ projects at Park Place and in the developing world.
At Park Place our purchases include computers for the office, furniture, a public address system and a loop for the hard of hearing in the chapel. Recent fundraising for overseas projects culminated in supporting a Primary School in Tanzania.
Why not think of becoming a Friend of Park Place? You will be part of an extended family dedicated to supporting the Sisters’ work in the UK and in the developing world overseas. As a Friend, you may enjoy the annual retreat at Park Place, led by well known speakers.
An annual general meeting, where the Friends review their year’s activities and agree priorities for the coming year.
our monthly news-letter – PERSPECTIVE-to keep you in touch will all that is happening at Park Place.
Invitations to social events such as the Teas, performances, concerts, Craft Fairs and Quiz Nights organised by the Friends, are part of the news.
Over the years, the Friends have helped hundreds of people in the developing countries and today more than every before, the Friends have joined forces with all those who are committed to healing our broken world and protecting our fragile Earth. So what are you waiting for? Please become a Friend of Park Place Centre and experience the joy of putting a smile on the faces of those on the margins of society.
Any contribution you can make, large or small, in cash or in kind, will be most gratefully received by the Sisters. If you wish to become a member of the Friends of Park Place Centre or for more information, please contact our chairperson : at email@example.com
Your donation will be gratefully received no matter how small or big and if you gift aid it, that will be even better. The money we receive goes directly to the people in need without a middle person or administrative cost. In fact when the sterling is converted to local currency, it goes even further to buy the basic amenities such as food or winter bedding i.e blankets etc. Every little helps and it certainly puts a smile on the faces of those in need.