The Aria Court team had the pleasure of visiting FACET recently to deliver the proceeds of the Christmas Fayre held at the March home.
Together, through the collective efforts of Aria Court and the generosity of the wider community, almost £350 was raised for FACET. This financial injection will undoubtedly contribute to the ongoing efforts of FACET in providing essential training and care for adults with disabilities.
Aria Court is proud to be part of the Cambridgeshire community and has many connections in the town of March. The heartwarming partnership between Aria Court and FACET has included a number of past projects and FACET members also enjoy taking part in some activities organised by Aria Court benefiting both Aria Court residents and FACET members, showing the profound impact a strong community link can have.
Aria Court chose to donate the proceeds of the Christmas event as a special Christmas gesture of goodwill and to mark the growing link between the two organisations.
The event was a festive delight, featuring live music, craft stalls, and treats like hot chocolate and homemade shortbread. The generosity of relatives, staff, and local businesses, including Westend DIY, Dominos, Tesco’s, Eastern Promise, Iceland, March Quality Meats, The Barn, and Boyes, played a pivotal role in the success of the fayre.
We are looking forward to the continuation of the partnership, including the exciting prospect of future projects like the garden ventures planned for 2024.
Founded in 2002, FACET provides support for adults with disabilities in the Fenland area. This charity, headquartered in March with shops in March and Whittlesey, focuses on providing essential training and day care services to over 118 people throughout the week.