The Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise kindly donated £500 to provide essential memory sticks for unemployed people to save their CVs and job application letters confidentially, if they are unable to purchase a computer of their own.
Kent Enterprise Trust runs a drop in Job Club in Herne Bay sponsored by Girlings Solicitors for local residents to use their computers and receive one to one support from volunteers to search the internet and write a quality application.
Kent Enterprise Trust CEO, Mirelle Frost said, “The volunteers and beneficiaries are excited to receive the items needed to save their personal details securely and take them home with them in their daily search for employment.”
The Kent based charity aims to change people’s lives by getting them into or back into employment or training. For more than 35 years, it has created opportunities for people to overcome their individual challenges so they can build confidence, learn, develop and improve their chances of employment at their office in Herne Bay and gardens across the district.
Philip Lennard – member of the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise said that on behalf of our Rotary Club we were delighted to be able to support Kent Enterprise Trust in its endeavours of assisting its service users to get back into employment or training. Rotary Clubs are supportive in trying to make a difference on a local basis. We hope that our small contribution will make a positive difference.”