A Personal Story|
Simon Wilson has used various Compaid services over the years, and now runs a successful disability awareness training company in Tunbridge Wells. We currently support Simon in the payroll management for his two personal assistants.
"I have been using the Payroll Services at Compaid for six years," says Simon. "I am impressed how promptly I get the completed payroll back. At the end of each financial year they also do my books and I am very impressed".
John Hazelwood has been a Compaid client for many years, and is currently taken twice a week from his home in Wateringbury to a nearby day centre where he is a member of a camera club.
"We go to our activities assured of a safe journey, good conversation and a chance to see our surroundings as we travel," comments John. "I trust that we'll all have many more years together."
Peter has been volunteering at our Activities Centre for the last year. He says: "My Mum was disabled for many years, and working with the disabled clients here has given me a chance to appreciate her more."
"Being a volunteer is the best way you can give back what you need to, within the disabled community."
We rely on people like you to keep delivering all of our essential services for disabled people throughout Kent. Whether volunteering at our Activities Centre, making a regular donation or maybe even joining our committed team of staff or volunteers, there are many ways in which you can get involved with our work.
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