We are pleased to announce that as of today, 1st July 2020, Camberley Care Trust has transferred to the newly formed Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), Charity Registration Number 1188130.
Our trustees, office team, volunteers, charitable services and areas of operation remain unchanged. Although our official charity name remains “Camberley Care Trust” we will be adopting “Camberley Care” as our Working Name (duly registered with the Charity Commission).
In addition to the change to CIO status, we are also very excited to launch our new Logo, as above, designed for us by Graphic Designer, Emily Sewell.
Going forward, this new logo will appear on all Camberley Care Trust official documents, digital and print media.
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