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The opening of a new building is another story in Oasis’ journey of building strong communities and securing bright futures. This past month, Oasis Hub Warndon's new community centre has been an exciting addition to the work of Oasis. This is an opportunity for community leaders to come alongside a bustling neighbourhood. Thanks to the generosity of Fortis Living and their partners, Oasis transformed the former caretaker’s house of Oasis Academy Wardnon into a highly-anticipated community centre.
Dave Parr, CEO of Oasis Community Partnerships stated, was at the official opening to cut ribbon, and celebrate the new centre in the community. He finds, “Across the country Oasis Community Partnerships offers a wide-variety of bespoke services for the communities that we are privileged to serve. Our work is only possible thanks to the generosity of others, and we are very grateful to Fortis and their partners for all that they have done in creating our new Oasis Warndon Community Hub. We are excited to move in and get started – this community work will benefit thousands of local residents for many years to come.”
Some of the benefits the new hub's centre is expected to offer are a baby and toddler group, debt advice services, and adult learning courses. All these provisions are opportunities for Warndon community members to reach their God-given potential.
This would not be possible without the generosity of our supporters, in this case Fortis Living. Gemma Boulton, Communities and Co-regulation Manager at Fortis Living, expects the community hub centre, “to have a really positive impact on local residents and, as a project, it has served as a thoroughly rewarding example of people coming together to serve their communities.”
Click here to learn more about our community hub model and why our supporters are so important to making it happen.