Volunteer And Donations Management Plan

Volunteer & Donations Management Plans

THE Queen says her biggest regret during her reign is failing to visit Aberfan immediately after the coal slide which killed 146 people in 1966, it has been reported. Our team can develop and provide customized plans for both governmental and non-governmental organizations with an understanding of the local landscape to effectively meet each individual organization’s needs. UNITED IN GRIEF Aberfan’s devastated residents unite to clear away the rubble which engulfed the school, and inset, the Queen visits the aftermath. "The people here admire her and I think they have a strong affinity with her." The Queen’s representative in Wales, Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan, Captain Norman Lloyd-Edwards, declined to speculate on the matter. Coun Edwards, who was one of four survivors from a class of 34, added the Queen has shown a continuing interest in Aberfan since 1966 and recently made a donation to a project helping local school leavers without qualifications.

  • THE Queen says her biggest regret during her reign is failing to visit Aberfan immediately after the coal slide which killed 146 people in 1966, it has been reported.
  • "The people here admire her and I think they have a strong affinity with her." The Queen’s representative in Wales, Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan, Captain Norman Lloyd-Edwards, declined to speculate on the matter.
  • Coun Edwards, who was one of four survivors from a class of 34, added the Queen has shown a continuing interest in Aberfan since 1966 and recently made a donation to a project helping local school leavers without qualifications.
  • A generation of schoolchildren was wiped out by the disaster, which occurred when a slag heap above Pantglas Senior School collapsed, engulfing the building.
  • Our team can develop and provide customized plans for both governmental and non-governmental organizations with an understanding of the local landscape to effectively meet each individual organization’s needs.
  • UNITED IN GRIEF Aberfan’s devastated residents unite to clear away the rubble which engulfed the school, and inset, the Queen visits the aftermath.

A generation of schoolchildren was wiped out by the disaster, which occurred when a slag heap above Pantglas Senior School collapsed, engulfing the building.