Supporter of the month

We are celebrating one person, family or group each month that has gone above and beyond to support PACT’s work. From running a marathon to giving up their time to volunteer at PACT, each ‘supporter of the month’ pictured here has used their time, energy and resources to help us continue the work that we do.

Alan, PACT adoptive parent

Alan, PACT parent, decided to run his first half-marathon for PACT to show his gratitude and to give back to the charity.

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Alan, PACT adoptive parent

Alan, PACT parent, decided to run his first half-marathon for PACT to show his gratitude and to give back to the charity.

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Ashton

Ashton Massey is an outstanding volunteer who has dedicated hours of her time to supporting PACT.  

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Readiophonics

Readiophonics is an award-winning acapella group based in Reading. When they performed at PACT’s Christmas Carol Concert in December 2023, members of Readiophonics were inspired by the life changing work we do and made us their charity for their Big Gig in March. 

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Verizon

Verizon, a multinational telecommunications company has been supporting PACT in many ways since January 2023. 

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St Mark’s Englefield

St Mark’s is a beautiful and welcoming church, set in the Englefield Estate, and has long been a supporter of PACT and the work we do supporting children, women and families.

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Welford Park

Welford Park is a beautiful country house and estate set in rural Berkshire. The Puxley family, owners of the estate, have welcomed PACT to the house and grounds several times this year...

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Lily, eight-year-old volunteer

Lily, aged eight, has supported PACT several times over the last year alongside her mum Rachel, who works in PACT’s fundraising team...

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Sean and Mac

15 years ago, Sean and his wife embarked on a life-changing journey with PACT by becoming parents through adoption. Their family was lovingly expanded when they welcomed their son, Mac, into their arms and hearts.

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Russell-Cooke Solicitors 

Russell-Cooke is a top 100 London-based law firm with over 200 solicitors and lawyers. Their Children and Education Team specialises in children law and represents families and children in family court proceedings.

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James Denny and Emily McAuley, Designers

Designer James, founder of Purple Hare, and his daughter Emily volunteered their time to create PACT’s Coronation Royal Walk and Activity Trail map last month.

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Kim Gelling, PACT trustee and marathon runner

Kim Gelling has been part of PACT’s executive board since 2020 and is the lead trustee for marketing. Like all our trustees, she generously donates her time and expertise to govern PACT’s operations and helps us bring about the best outcomes for those who use our services.

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Kay, PACT adoptive parent

Kay adopted two children through PACT; her son in 2016 and her daughter in 2021. Both of her children have additional needs: her son has Downs Syndrome and her daughter was born with medical complications.

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Bobby, eight-year-old volunteer

Bobby, aged eight, volunteered to help PACT create support materials for its domestic abuse recovery work by recording resources to help children share their worries...

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Terry Dixon, Reading tour guide

Terry Dixon is the founder of Terry’s Reading Walkabouts, a guided walking initiative he created after he retired. Each year, Terry uses the proceeds from his walks to support local charities. We were delighted that Terry chose PACT as one of two charities to support during 2022-2023...

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Rachel Eden, Mayor of Reading

Rachel has supported our women’s community project Alana House for many years in her role as both a councillor and the current Mayor of Reading...

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Rabidfest

Rabidfest is Oxfordshire’s only rock and metal festival. Each year, Rabidfest donates a portion of their proceeds to charity. In 2022, PACT was chosen as their charity of the year and proceeds from ticket and merchandise sales were donated to PACT...

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