Five volunteers went along, two from Windsor Telecom and three from UK Connect. The party was help at Moorcroft Community Centre in Woking in festive fashion and the corporate volunteers got straight to work, serving refreshments, helping with games, chatting with the attendees and generally making sure everyone was having a great time!
Windsor Telecom said "Our team enjoyed a festive day out of the office helping at the Woking Age Concern Christmas party through the CMPP Community Action Day Programme. Everyone had a great time, they were treated to gifts, lunch, sherry and mince pies"
Sheila from Woking Age Concern said "Once again, thank you so much for providing us with a wonderful group of lovely volunteers. They were all given various tasks which they carried out brilliantly and they chatted to our clients too."
Woking Age Concern are a small charity, who's mission is to promote the wellbeing of elder residents in and around the Woking area by offering friendship, information and support.
Emma Thompson, Community Action Day Co-ordinator at CMPP added "events like their Christmas Party provide a fantastic opportunity for elder residents to socialise with others and help beat loneliness, so a MASSIVE thank you from us to the volunteers who took up this community action day for ensuring the party-goers had a fantastic time"
Pictured below: Corporate volunteers helping out at Woking Age Concern Christmas Party.