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The Kinship Care Initiative, a new charity project launched by the Trades House of Glasgow that has its sites set on raising £3 million in the next five years, is to benefit from the organisation’s annual charity fundraiser, the Big Lunch taking place on Friday 20th May at the Glasgow Marriott Hotel.

Trades House Deacon Convener Ruth Maltman and the Deacons who head up the organisation’s 14 Incorporated Crafts, have made the Kinship Care Initiative the chosen charity for key fundraising activities during their year in office.

“The Kinship Care Initiative is the first charity of its kind in Scotland, and I’m delighted that it is on course for reaching its initial target of £70,000 this spring 2016,” said Deacon Convener Ruth Maltman.
“The project is about providing children and young people in kinship care with opportunities that nurture their talent, develop their skills, build character and help expand their horizons.”

Aspen are proud to be attending this event through our Managing Director’s activities with Trades House and showing our support to a fantastic cause.

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