Good eggs – Osborne helps out over the Easter period
Learning Disability Experience (LDX) is a charity working in Waltham Forest to support children and adults with learning disabilities.
Last month, four brand new mini-buses used to transport the charity’s most vulnerable people, were stolen from the charity’s headquarters.
The theft of the mini-buses means the charity is significantly disadvantaged and temporarily unable to provide transport service their most vulnerable people, many who won’t be able to leave home without them.
Osborne is helping out and donating the hire cost of a mini bus over the Easter period, allowing children and young people to go on their day trips and older service users can get to day centres over this time.
Gaye Studman from LDX said, “We would like to thank Osborne for this generous gesture. Thank you so much for your continued support.”