Inspiration

WORKING for a charity is full of surprises. This week a lady dropped off an envelope addressed to me and vanished. The envelope contained a building society cheque for £280. Obviously she wanted to remain anonymous and she must have known me - but I can'

WORKING for a charity is full of surprises. This week a lady dropped off an envelope addressed to me and vanished. The envelope contained a building society cheque for £280. Obviously she wanted to remain anonymous and she must have known me - but I can't thank her! I would be grateful if your newspaper could do it for me.The generosity of people, both in willingness to help and in making donations is a constant source of inspiration. Likewise, at the MS Therapy Centre at least, the demeanour of our members and their positive outlook on a less easy life than many of us are blessed with is further inspiration.This untraceable donation is yet another source of inspiration.TIM LEWIS - Fund-raising manager, MS Therapy Centre, Southfield Road, Nailsea


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