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Church House supports Dreams Come True

Church House Conference Centre has adopted Dreams Come True as its chosen charity. This national organisation helps to realise the dreams of children and young people with serious and life-limiting conditions.  
Dreams Come True ensures that each child has an unforgettable experience fulfilling their dream, with long lasting memories to share with families, loved ones and friends. From helping children to meet their celebrity hero and swimming with dolphins to providing vital sensory equipment and wheelchairs, the charity helps hundreds of children every year.

Church House first supported Dreams Come True when the Westminster venue made a donation to the charity at its annual client showcase - Revel & Reveal – earlier this year.  The first official fundraiser for the charity will be at Church House’s annual Tea Party on June 19 with further fundraising and support planned throughout the year.  

Sue Tiplady, fundraiser at Dreams Come True, comments: “We’re delighted to be working with Church House Conference Centre. It’s a real pleasure and a privilege to welcome them and their team and we look forward to their support.”  

From running the London Marathon for MacMillan Cancer to wearing red noses in support to Comic Relief and embracing pink for Breast Cancer Care, Church House’s staffs have always been involved with charity work.  

Robin Parker, General Manager at Church House Conference Centre, comments: “We work with many inspirational people. For us, to choose to support a charity on a regular basis is not just ‘a nice thing to do’, it is a real part of our ethos as it echoes our team values. Dreams Come True is a fantastic charity with a dedicated team of people working relentlessly to realise the dreams of hundreds of children. We are thrilled to be involved with such a great cause and are looking forward to help to make many dreams come true together.”

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