Rachel Parker and Henry Shutler, both trainee advisers with Inspire Professional Services, took a day out from the office to help local charity The Amelia Grace Rainbow Fund decorate their beach hut on Southbourne Beach.
The Dorset based charity is named after Amelia Grace Cooper who died of Neuroblastoma, a form of cancer in 2010. Her parents founded the charity as a legacy for Amelia with the aim to provide other terminally ill children and their families with opportunities and experiences to enrich the last months of their lives. The charity uses the beach hut to lend out to the children and their families. Amelia’s mother and founder of the charity, Chantel Cooper was keen to give the beach hut a face lift before the summer season and Inspire, were happy to lend a hand. Director, Ian Govier provided the paint and brushes and despite the freezing April weather, Henry & Rachel did a great job sprucing up the inside.
Chantel, commented “The charity was delighted that so many volunteers from inspire wanted to give their time to help decorate the beach hut. Rachel and Henry did a fantastic job in freezing weather and have created a bright and cheerful space for children and their families to use. As a company Inspire support our concept of local people doing good for local children, in this way the charity is excited to be working closely with them in 2013.”