Dorset charity launched nationally in Parliament

Dorset charity, Growing Compassionate Communities, launched nationally in Parliament

Caption: Peter Jones (centre left) with MP Michael Tomlinson and other supporters in London for the national launch of Growing Compassionate Communities.

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Dorset charity launched nationally in Parliament

Dorset charity, Growing Compassionate Communities, supported by Douch Family Funeral Directors has been launched nationally in parliament.

Dorset charity, Growing Compassionate Communities, launched nationally in Parliament

Caption: Peter Jones (centre left) with MP Michael Tomlinson and other supporters in London for the national launch of Growing Compassionate Communities.

Founder Peter Jones, along with Emma Regan from Douch Family Funeral Directors and MP Michael Tomlinson, recently went to the Palace of Westminster with the new charity, Growing Compassionate Communities.

There, Peter outlined the charity and the work it does to promote the inclusion of everyone in society, by engaging and re-integrating vulnerable and marginalised groups.

These include the LGBTQ community, ex-offenders, those with mental health issues, drug users, alcoholics and people with dementia.

Peter said, “Growing Compassionate Communities is primarily about a community working towards inclusiveness of all diverse groups and peoples.

“To be able to take the charity out of Dorset to Westminster for a national launch, shows how much scope there is,” he added.

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