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Barbara Hanna

Orchardville Society

Fundraising for The Orchardville Society

63 %
raised of £1,500 target
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The Orchardville Society

The Orchardville Society provides training, support and employment opportunities for adults and young people with learning disabilities and autism. It runs 4 social economy businesses, which comprise 2 cafes including an outside catering, business centre and bottle sorting business.

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So please dig deep and donate now.

Seven weary staff members and three energetic trainees took part in this year’s Belfast City Marathon on Monday 3rd May to help raise funds for the organisation! We had a great time and everyone did really well! We're already looking forward to doing it all again next year.

Your sponsorship money will help provide more opportunities for young people and adults with learning disabilities to achieve their potential and show what they can do!


Below are only some examples to give you an idea of the wide range of funding needs within the organisation.


£4 will buy a pair of protective gloves for a trainee working at our Bottle Sorting Project


£4 will also pay a trainee’s daily expenses to travel to their work placement


£5 will buy an apron for a trainee at Edgcumbe Catering Services


£8 will buy a pair of chef’s trousers


£12 will buy a hi-visibility safety vest for a trainee at our Bottle Sorting Project


£20 will buy a set of protective overalls


£21 will buy a pair of safety boots


£30 would pay for a trainee to achieve their Level 2 Award in Food Safety


Any support you can give, no matter how little or how much will be greatly appreciated and put to good use for the benefit of young people and adults with autism and learning disabilities!

Thank you.

Anne, Barbara, Colleen, Fiona, Kirsty, Linda, Lorraine, Margaret, Sam and Sara.