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Success at St Marks Bridge Club Lunch

Earlier this week Bridge Club members from across the district met at St Marks Church in Bournemouth, where they enjoyed a delicious three course lunch. The celebratory lunch was prepared and served by our hardworking Crumbs trainees, who all worked tirelessly for the occasion. The lunch consisted of a mix of canapes to start, followed […]

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Winton Waitrose Donates £290 to the Crumbs Project

Waitrose in Winton donated £290 through its Community Matters Scheme to The Crumbs Project to help vulnerable adults lead a life of independence. Every month the branch on Wimborne Road donates £1,000 between three local good causes and recently The Crumbs Project was one of the three chosen. At the checkout, customers received a token […]

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Crumbs Open Day Success

Last week we welcomed lots of new visitors to The Crumbs Project who attended our open day. Visitors enjoyed a tour of our training centre, took part in catering demonstrations organised by our Food Services team and found out about our further education programmes. The Mayor of Bournemouth also joined the Crumbs team at the […]

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Crumbs Volunteer Becomes 12th Man of the Match

Earlier last week, Crumbs volunteer, Martin Keeping was invited to attend AFC Bournemouth‘s Vitality Stadium to support the cherries as 12th man of the match, in their game against Norwich City. Martin originally joined The Crumbs Project as a trainee in 2006. After successfully completing his training Martin has continued to support the charity by […]

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Anne Gardner Suite Opens in Honour of Charity Founder

Earlier this week Bournemouth based charity, The Crumbs Project hosted a ceremony to rename its training facility in honour of the charities late founder Ann Gardner MBE. Loyal supporters, Trustees and close relatives of Anne joined the Crumbs Team as they celebrated her life by naming the central training room The Anne Gardner Suite. Ann […]

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Crumbs Set to Host Free Open Event

Join the Crumbs Project for their free charity open event on Tuesday 30th October, between 12pm and 2pm at their training facility in Bournemouth. The event aims to generate awareness of the charity and raise vital funds to transform the lives of those living with disabilities, mental health issues and stabilised addictions. Visitors to the […]

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Crumbs Christmas Lunch Menu

Ensure that the festive period is full of time well spent with family and friends, by letting The Crumbs Project take care of your Christmas lunch. Below you can look at our scrumptious traditional Christmas menu from just £10.50 per person.   Need a venue to host your Christmas party? Why not hire the Anne […]

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Crumbs Hosts Rotary Club Lunch

Earlier this month Bournemouth based charity The Crumbs Project welcomed members from local Rotary Clubs across the regions to join them for a celebratory lunch. Rotary members enjoyed a tour of Crumbs’ professional training facility and a traditional roast dinner, prepared by Crumbs’ team of mixed ability trainees. The lunch was an opportunity for Rotary Club […]

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Gift Aid FAQs for Volunteers & Donors

What is Gift Aid? Gift Aid is a tax relief for charities in the UK to increase donations at no extra cost to the donor. When a charity receives a donation from a UK taxpayer, the organisation is entitles to claim an extra 25% paid on that donation. A £10 donation processed with Gift Aid […]

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Andrew’s Journey

Andrew was diagnosed in his mid-twenties with Asperger’s Syndrome. Andrew has difficulties with communication, increased anxiety, and some mental health issues. Andrew joined our Administration training department at Crumbs in August 2015. Andrew came with basic IT skills, which he was eager to improve on. He enjoyed all the aspects of his IT training, but […]

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