The Duncan & Toplis Foundation are delighted to be supporting Boston Division Guides with grant funding.
Girlguiding uses fun, friendship, and challenge to give girls a voice and to discover the best in themselves, through regular meetings, camping, and outdoor activities at their campsite and buildings at Wings Meadow, used for weekly meetings by local units and other community groups.
Speaking of the difference the grant will make, Barbara Charity, Division Commissioner at Boston Girlguiding, said:
“Not only will the funds be used to redecorate our meeting place, meaning we can turn a tired room into a cheerful and bright environment, we also hope this will provide a welcoming atmosphere for our user groups and encourage additional use of the premises.
“It will also allow us to maintain the premises to a high standard for future use.”
Adrian Reynolds, trustee of the Duncan & Toplis Foundation and Managing Director of Duncan & Toplis said:
“There aren’t many families who haven’t been involved in girl guiding at one point or another, so lots of us can appreciate the benefits that this historic society brings. It’s great to hear that the funds will be put to such good use, not only to give the girls more comfortable amenities but to help raise future revenue for the society”.
For further information about Boston Girlguiding, please visit their website.