Home-Start Royston & South Cambs receives cash boost from Royston Rotary Club

PUBLISHED: 11:56 05 August 2018

Graeme Dargie presenting the cheque to Roman Maczkiewicz. Picture: HSRSC

Graeme Dargie presenting the cheque to Roman Maczkiewicz. Picture: HSRSC


A family support charity serving Royston and South Cambs has been given a much-welcomed cash boost by Royston Rotary Club.

Home-Start Royston & South Cambridgeshire’s Roman Maczkiewicz was delighted to receive the £1,000 cheque from past president of Royston Rotary, Graeme Dargie.

The money is to help support Home-Start’s work with their Royston Family Support Group.

Mr Dargie said that Home-Start had been his chosen charity for the year 2017/18 and he “was delighted to be able to present an additional sum to help them continue their valuable work in support of the local community.”

Home-Start relies on donations to provide their unique home visiting service delivering crucial support for families with young children who are at personal crisis point, poentially experiencing post-natal depression, isolation, illness, disability, breavement and domestic abuse.

For more informatiion on the charity call 01763 262262, email admin@hsrsc.org.uk or go to www.hsrsc.org.uk.


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