We have now held two Zoom meetings to replace our standard Fora get togethers, and they have both been of an exceptionally high standard.
Paul Shamplina spoke of the current state of play with regard to rent collections in May.
This was followed by Mark Shipman who spoke of his background as well as how he sees the market going forward in June.
RAYNES PARK HIGH SCHOOL ACCESS CENTRE
I would like to thank you so much for the charity funding you have sent through for the Access Centre students. The students are thrilled and excited to be able to order the Sensory and Alternative PE equipment they have chosen to support their learning and sensory needs. Many of the students with autism are currently attending school; we are running a structured timetable to support the routine and expectations that these students require in order to support their well-being during this extraordinary time.
Head of Access Centre (ARP) & Acting SENCo
ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL STAFF FED
As part of our ongoing support for the NHS, and in conjunction with Louisa Walters of the Facebook Restaurant Club, The PPBC is delighted to have feed the 100 night staff at The Royal Free Hospital.
A huge order of 1,500 pieces of sushi, provided by Sushimania in Whetstone, N20, their largest ever sushi order was extremely well received by the staff there.
We are delighted to say, that we have supported the amazing staff of six hospitals with donations from their Amazon wishlists This has ranged from fob watches to The North Middlesex and Lister; walkie talkies to Watford General; Loads of Lip Salvs to Barnet General; Hand creams to the Whittington and Clocks to the Royal London!
A donation of just over £700 has purchased enough toiletries for 50 families at each venue, attending the US Chesed Programme for Refugees in Hendon and in Woodford.
Please see, to the left, the lovely thank you letter as received from the US
BARNET GROW PROJECT
The PPBC donated the final £333 required to ensure that the project reached its target of £155k.
Grow is a community project based at Totteridge Academy School for the whole of the North London community.
FOUR MORE DONATIONS
July 2019. We made four very different donations.
1. To Handicapped Children's Action Group, as recommended by Steven Parnes, buying a Convaid Rodeo Buggy for an 11 year old in St John's Wood with Cerebral Palsy, Visual Impairment and Epilepsy
2. To St Marks Hospital Foundation at Northwick Park, as recommended by Alan Kleinman, to help them buy a Robotic Surgical Tool in their fight against bowel cancer.
3. To Create Arts, as recommended by Derek Lewis, to fund 12 half day sessions where 12 able bodied kids work with 12 disabled kids on various art projects
4. To Help & Hope for The Homeless, as recommended by Marcus Zentner, to support them in their work with rough sleepers.