Our board of Trustees have made the difficult but prudent decision to pause all our groups’ activities for the time being, to help protect our members from spread of Coronavirus. We do not want any of our members to feel isolated, however, so our volunteers will keep in touch with each other by phone, and will ring any members who would welcome calls. Any members who would like check-in calls please get in touch. You are not abandoned, and we hope soon to see everyone back enjoying Friend to Friend.
Love to all!
Our Charity’s AGM has been set for 2:30pm on Monday 7th October 2019 at Meltham Sports and Social Club. All are welcome. Please let us know if you are coming via one of our groups or ring Val on 852056. Transport can be arranged if you speak to a group leader.
UPDATE: this event was very well-supported, and thanks to Philippa of Body and Sole, Holmfirth, raised a whopping £685 for Friend to Friend!!
Philippa of Body and Sole, whose mum Jennifer was a member of Friend to Friend, organised a quiz with supper in aid of our charity, details on this poster.
Tickets are selling quickly for our next fundraising ‘Bit of a Do’, on Thursday 4th April 2019 from 2 til 4 at Meltham Golf Club. Hot beef sandwiches & chips will be followed by cake, tea and coffee, and there will be entertainment!
For further details and tickets please contact Gilly on 688248.
Transport may be available if needed.
2019_04_04 bit of a do poster
Party-goers at Meltham Meal’s Christmas meal on Friday 7th had a double surprise, to welcome not only unexpected visitor Dan Schofield, of DS Recruiting Services Ltd, but his very generous donation of £250 to Friend to Friend in lieu of sending Christmas cards this year! He didn’t want a fuss at the time, but we hope he will forgive us giving him a mention here. Trustees, members and volunteers were all hugely grateful for this very selfless gesture!
Many thanks to Dan (pictured here with trustee John Lines) and his company.
Here is another photo from the meal, as our members were entertained by singing from Meltham C of E School’s choir.
We have this week banked a very generous donation of £1,000 from a non-uniform day held at Holmfirth High in aid of our charity. We are overwhelmed by this generosity and the Holmfirth members gave them a round of applause so loud they might have heard it back at school! Our trustees will be writing to the school with a formal ‘thank you’ but we wanted to shout our thanks publicly as well.