SeeAbility Residents Cooking With New Technology

Yesterday, Donations With A Difference trustee Will Chan presented a cheque for £525.34 to Laura, one of the residents at SeeAbility Kent Support Service, Maidstone. SeeAbility Maidstone provides a lively shared service for young adults living with sight loss and additional disabilities, aiming to transition to greater independence in the future.

The donation will go towards buying a talking microwave, an electric hob and other items of cookware that will enable the residents to cook safely and independently in their new home in Loose, Maidstone. The plan is for the residents to move in in stages from 15th August, and once settled they will be having a Mad Hatters themed party to celebrate.

Miriam Oppenheim, Trusts and Communities Manager added “this generous donation will make a huge difference to the ladies in their new home”.