Businesswise Director, Peter Catlow is raising vital funds to support foodbanks in Pendle Lancashire.
Along with other Rotary Club of Colne Noyna members, our Director of Energy Cost Management is raising £1,000 to support foodbanks in Pendle Lancashire. As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, thousands of people in Pendle in East Lancashire find themselves unemployed or unable to continue to run their businesses. These people are under extreme financial pressure, through no fault of their own and need to be able to feed their families.
Peter Catlow added,
“Our Rotary Motto is “Service above self” and our fellow citizens are in desperate need of our support. We fund raise on behalf of local charities and we been giving 10s of thousands to local charities for over 40 years, we’ve never given to food banks before but we feel that the need is currently so pressing that we need to change our focus.”
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