THROUGH UNITY UPDATE (SEPTEMBER 2020)
- September 1, 2020
- Posted by: Aran Knowles
- Category: Uncategorized
As life begins to return to something approaching normal, everyone at Through Unity hopes you and those closest to you are safe and sound. Whilst it’s still an uncertain time for us all, we’re glad to be announcing new and regular online activity for all supporters, which you can read more about below.
Once lockdown restrictions begin to lift further and we’re safely allowed in the same room together, we will reschedule our residentials and family days as soon as possible. For now, please read on for more information on the upcoming online activity and other Through Unity-related news.
WEEKLY ZOOM SESSIONS with ESCAPING VICTIMHOOD
In partnership with our old friends at Escaping Victimhood, we will be hosting weekly Zoom sessions that will provide a regular online space for you to connect, collaborate and share. Vicky Torrence, whom many of you will already know, is now working at Escaping Victimhood, and she will be helping to deliver these meaningful sessions.
If you can attend these weekly gatherings, please have a look at the two documents attached below. Please fill in the form and return it to this email address (email@example.com).
And if members or supporters have any suggestions for new real-world or online activity, please get in touch with your ideas.
We look forward to seeing you there.
THROUGH UNITY QUIZ
After the great success of our last online Zoom quiz, we will now be hosting another one on:
THURSDAY, 3rd SEPTEMBER (5PM-6:30PM)
The last quiz proved to be a wonderful experience and a brilliant chance to share some laughs together — so it’d be great to host you there again.
If you can attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Zoom link.
Since our last newsletter, we’ve had the great pleasure of adding four new trustees to the Through Unity board: Jose Carmona, Vimi Savan, Andy Bull and Sobitha Sashikumar.
All four recruits bring a wealth of experience and competences to the charity, and they will be providing direct contributions to the expansion of our activities, which will enable us to better serve our current supporter base and to also expand our services so that we can help more people in more locations.
The new board have already held a few meetings together and are already formulating projects to increase the charity’s output in these crucial times.
To read more about the new trustees, click here.