Fun day at the Garden Party celebrating our 3rd anniversary!

Published: 22/05/2019

After three years of hard work and dedicated commitment to bringing the very best of care to Hammersmith & Fulham, Bluebird Care celebrated its success with staff, borough’s elderly residents and local service providers last week.

After three years of hard work and dedicated commitment to bringing the very best of care to Hammersmith & Fulham, Bluebird Care celebrated its success with staff, borough’s elderly residents and local service providers last week.

To celebrate their third successful year of trading, the company hosted a garden birthday party at the beautiful garden of Nazareth House for staff, local charities and service providers like Age UK Hammersmith & Fulham, London Mobility, the Fulham Good Neighbours and Bishop Creighton House. Staff at the event on 13th July entertained around 100 of customers and elderly local residents with a drama monologue, Raffle and Bingo. Also at the event were school children from the nearby Larmenier and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School who provided pitch perfect musical entertainment for the guests. This gave the guests so much pleasure and joy especially when children were going around and greeting the elderly residents.

Peter Thellusson, Service co-ordinator of Age UK Hammersmith & Fulham, attended the event and congratulated Soheila and the team on the company’s success and offered closer liaison between two organisations.

At the event, Director, Soheila Amin said:
 
Yes, we have started a business, but working within your own community, with the people who need help the most is very rewarding. To see just how much of a difference our Carer Workers can make to someone’s life makes all the hard work very worthwhile. We are growing and developing and there will be plenty of opportunities for local people to join us as we recruit more staff over the coming year.
The event organiser, company’s care co-ordinator, Victoria Maher says:
 
They have all had fabulous lives but they get to this point and they are suddenly forgotten about. Everybody has got a story to tell. We are all on a journey and just need a bit of help every now and then. I grew up here and lived in the borough all my life - it was a pleasure to organise an event to entertain the forgotten gems of the borough. 
Here are some pictures from the day, you can see more on our Gallery Page;