October 2021 basis.point bulletin
Hope for a better future unites us all.
As we rebuild our society in the aftermath of the pandemic, we are all experiencing first hand the importance of hoping for a better future.
Hope is intrinsic to our ambition of helping young people to reach their educational potential. And many of our educational programmes are centred on building confidence and offering hope for a better future to young people, their parents, guardians and their communities.
There is plenty to feed our optimism in our current newsletter, the overwhelming support for our Golf event, the participation in RBC Race for the kids, new partnerships with charity partners and first hand feed back on the impact of some of our programmes on the lives of young people experiencing disadvantage.
We hold such optimism dear and continue to do all in our power to create brighter futures for our most vulnerable.
Thank you to each of you for playing your part.
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