Katies Helping Hand

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Katies Helping Hand

Lower Hergest, Kington

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Katie’s Helping Hand was formed in 2013 in remembrance of Katie Flood . Katie devoted so much of her life to helping children achieve, and exceed, their potential. However it’s often difficult for a multitude of reasons, whether they be cultural, financial or through lack of facilities for these young people to fulfill their dreams, hopes and aspirations. The fund aims to help by providing bursaries for children to experience new sports, skills or pastimes to give them an opportunity.

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