is a small charity that I started supporting this year. It gives grants to people in the UK so that they may continue to garden despite age, disability or illness.
The Gardening for Disabled Trust gave its website a major revamp during the summer following which the blog has featured weekly guest posts. The first of these was by Alan Titchmarsh, the charity’s president, followed various other notable gardeners. I was surprised when Anna one of the charity’s voluntary fundraisers contacted me asking if I would write a post. Needless to say I replied that I would be delighted to do so. It’s titled A Good Cause and was published on Friday. I hope you enjoy reading it, and the website generally.
As well as liking the charity’s objectives the Trustees and Executive Committee are all volunteers which I find admirable.
This year the charity has been celebrating it’s 50th anniversary, which must make everyone who is, and has been, associated with it proud.
Have a good week!