RBKares charity celebrates two years of spreading kindness across Kingston

The past two years have proven that mobilising the local community to help those in need is possible, according to the Chair of RBKares, Kate Kenyon BEM.

RBKares is a local charity, which focuses on helping vulnerable people and disadvantaged communities in the Royal Borough of Kingston.

According to Kenyon, their two biggest achievements so far have been regular sewing workshops for refugees and wellbeing days at Cambridge Gardens.

The work of RBKares has also been noticed by the Mayor of Kingston, Cllr Diane White, who visited one of their workshops at St John’s Church.

She said that what RBKares does “really makes a difference and changes lives”.

Kenyon, a retired doctor, is currently looking for more volunteers to expand her work beyond Kingston.

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