Talbot Village Trust has donated £1,346 to the local charity Dorset Parent Infant Partnership to allow them to invest in a portable and reusable promotional toolkit.
Dorset Parent Infant Partnership (DorPIP), provides specialist therapy for families across areas such as Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole to help them improve parenting skills through parent-infant psychotherapy, attachment-led infant massage courses and facilitated peer support groups.
Using the donation from Talbot Village Trust, the charity has been able to purchase a new promotional tool kit to use during fundraising and public awareness events. The tool kit includes new branded t-shirts, banners, bunting flags and balloons and a valuable addition to the promotion of Dorset Parent Infant Partnership. As a result, the charity has been able to engage with five times as many families they had originally hoped for.
Founder of DorPIP, Vivian Allen said: ”Talbot Village Trust generously supported us with funding for marketing materials which enabled us to raise awareness of our fledgling service to families and stakeholders. We have been absolutely thrilled by the support we received and are able to successfully engage an increasing number of families in our community. Thank you so much to the Trustees of Talbot Village Trust for the great part they played.”
Russell Lucas-Rowe, Trustee at Talbot Village Trust, commented: “DorPIP has been working hard to help families in our community and are having a valuable impact on those that sign-up. We are very pleased to have contributed to building their awareness across Dorset. We look forward to seeing how much change and positive impact they will have on the area.”
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