Farewell to SHAC’s Manager Gill

Many of you may be aware that Surrey Heath Age Concern’s Charity Manager, Gill Gibson has recently decided to leave her position and move on. I am sure that I speak for all SHAC’s volunteers, Trustees and service users, when I say that we all would like to thank her very much for all her fantastic hard work over the last 5 years , we wish her all the best with her future endeavours and she will be very much missed!

During her time working for SHAC Gill brought us some absolutely, fantastic initiatives, to help us with our mission to put the Rainbow back into the lives of the lonely and elderly members of our community. These include: Tea and Memories (run on Tuesday afternoons at the Rainbow Cafe), Tea and Chatter (held by our delightful volunteer hostesses once a month on a Sunday) and our Visiting and Befriending service. Naturally, we could not possibly let Gill leave without showing you some of our favorite pictures of Gill from the SHAC image archive! It is crystal clear, from all the smiling faces in all the photographs here, exactly how successful Gill was in helping us deliver our goal!

We would like to reassure everyone that SHAC will of course be continuing with all these initiatives: Tea and Memories, Tea and Chatter and our Visiting and Befriending service will all continue to bring a great deal of joy and companionship for the lonely and elderly members of our community.

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