Harmeny School and the Friends of Harmeny Association are extremely grateful to Currie and Balerno Round Table for their ongoing commitment to supporting our work.
Over the years, members of the Round Table have contributed their time and energy, as well as generous donations, to enable the development of essential resources and activities for the children who come to Harmeny. These have included volunteer days, such as digging the foundations of our children’s Skate Park; numerous Santa Runs within the local community, alongside staff and children, enabling an annual contribution to Christmas presents and play equipment; and specific donations to projects, such as ‘Harmeny Community Allotments’.
Harmeny works with children who have had a difficult start in life and who require specialist support to help them build skills for the future, and reach their potential as life-long learners. Without the support of community groups such as Currie and Balerno Round Table, we would not be able to offer the full range of activities and resources which our children so deserve. It is reassuring to know that individuals within our local community care about some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and we appreciate the efforts of all those involved within the Round Table, who have contributed over the years.
With very best wishes,
Neil Squires, Chief Executive and Malcolm Ogilvie, Chair of the Friends of Harmeny.