Local charity MERU receive £33,000 from Proctor & Gamble
26th July 2012
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A Weybridge company presented two charities with cheques totalling £66,000.

Irwin Lee, managing director of Procter and Gamble, presented the cheques to Epsom-based Meru and Freemantles School for Autistic Children, Woking. 

Both were chosen by Procter and Gamble because of the company’s focus on support for children through its corporate cause Live, Learn and Thrive.

Meru designs and make equipment specifically for disabled children.

The £33,000 donation will allow it to build six award-winning Bugzi indoor wheelchairs, which enable children aged one to six to experience independent mobility, often for the first time in their lives. 

Read article by Louise Robertson at thisislocallondon

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