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A little can go a long way to supporting a child with disabilities in Ealing

7 Jan 2014
A little can go a long way to supporting a child with disabilities in Ealing
You wouldn’t think that something as little as £1 could make a difference, but at Northfields we know that when our community gets together it really adds up. Over the years, The Log Cabin which gives 250 local Ealing children with disabilities and different needs a place to socialise and play, has been our nominated charity.  We’ve done everything from paint walls to host quiz nights.   On December 23rd, our CEO Richard Palfreeman drew the winning ticket for the Hollyhocks mosaic that was raffled off to raise money for the art room at The Log Cabin. The mosaic, created by mosaic artist Rosanna Henderson, was displayed in Northfields front window and tickets were printed and sold by our team to raise over £1,150 to help some very deserving kids explore their creativity. We’d like to thank everyone who helped to make our latest fundraising effort a success.

Help us continue to help Ealing’s kids

Donate – use the Pay Pal donate button on the sidebar of our blog to donate money to the Log Cabin directly using your credit or debit card or your Pay Pal account. Volunteer – The Log Cabin is looking for volunteers to do a range of things from playing with the children, to cleaning, to administration or cooking.  Northfields’ CEO, Richard Palfreeman volunteers his time as a trustee for the Log Cabin.  If you are interested in volunteering, call the Log Cabin on 020 8840 3400. Use Northfields as your agent – when you choose to sell or let property through Northfields, we donate a percentage of our fees to the Log Cabin.  Do you want an agent who cares about the community and your property? Call us on 020 8740 6622 or e-mail us at [email protected] and we can give you an accurate, no-obligation valuation of your home.  It’s no fuss, it only takes 20 minutes and it’s free.  Plus you get to help your community at the same time!

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