'Meeting decided to donate funds to a number of Quaker and peace organisations.'
Harrow Meeting has discerned how to use the significant legacy of just under £1 million from former member of the Meeting David Crick. Following research by the Meeting’s treasurer, Sandy Horsfall, and an extended period of discernment, the Meeting decided to donate funds to a number of Quaker and peace organisations. These include: Quaker Social Action, Woodbrooke, Bradford Peace Museum, the Campaign against the Arms Trade and the Peace Pledge Union. The largest gift was made to Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM), specifically to fund the local development worker and local youth development worker roles in London for the next five years.
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