Employees from Weybridge P&G raise £33k for disabled children and adults

Thanks: The money was handed over recently

Thanks: The money was handed over recently

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A foundation dedicated to working with disabled children and adults received £33,000 in funds raised by Weybridge employees.

Workers at the Weybridge P&G office put on charitable events, donation schemes and sponsored team activities to raise the sum.

The Queen Elizabeth Foundation for Disabled People, Leatherhead, will use the money to refurbish a cafe area where people can meet and relax.

Jonathan Powell, CEO at Queen Elizabeth's Foundation, said: "My heartfelt gratitude goes out to all at P&G who have contributed so much to make this new cafe a reality."

The Weybridge employees also donated £33,000 to Save the Children.

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