Abbots Langley disability charity, Demand, benefits from £15k donation from Harpenden Building Society

Disability charity benefits from £15k donation

Disability charity benefits from £15k donation

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

An Abbots Langley charity has been given thousands of pounds to invest in a more cost and environmentally-friendly vehicle.

Harpenden Building Society donated £15,000 to Demand so that it is able to continue visiting people in the community to assess and meet their needs.

Demand makes equipment, from bespoke furniture to battery powered racing cars, to aid people who live with disabilities.

The charity receives no Government funding and relies solely on donations and fundraising to support their work.

Paul Marsden, Director and Chief Executive of Harpenden Building Society, said: "We are delighted to have been able to support such a worthwhile cause. Demand provides innovative bespoke equipment to disabled people, which can transform lives. The ability to safely transport this equipment is paramount, and we were very pleased to help."

To find out more about Demand, contact 01923 681800 or visit www.demand.org.uk

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