Local Businesses Donate Easter Eggs

The Bromley Business Network has donated Easter Eggs to the charity Diagrama

The generous donation of Easter eggs from the Bromley Business Network for 23 residents with learning disabilities at Cabrini House in Orpington and for the 35 residents in the Diagrama Supported Living Service in Bromley, was delivered by Chas Jordan and Dave Spragg from the network.

Chas Jordan, Organiser, Bromley Business Network, said, “The Businesses who attend the Bromley Business Network voted for Diagrama as their charity of the year for 2021. The charity has a home for adults with learning disabilities in Orpington as well as recently taking over a supported living service in Bromley and we thought a huge basket full of Easter eggs would be a lovely way to show our support for the great work the charity is doing.”


Marina Rubio, Residential Manager, Diagrama, said, “The residents at Cabrini House love Easter and we have been enjoying doing lots of crafts with them in the lead up to Easter weekend, including the chick wind chimes pictured  with one of our residents Nicola.

“Diagrama has recently won the contract for a Supported Living Service in Bromley and we are thrilled to see that local businesses from the Bromley Business Network are not only supporting our residents with learning disabilities in Cabrini this Easter but have very kindly donated an egg for each of the residents in the supported living service as well as enough treats for us to create an Easter egg hunt.”









 About Bromley Business Network

The Bromley Business Network normally meets twice a month at Bromley Football Club but has been holding online networking meetings during the pandemic. New members are welcome. They have been supporting Cabrini House since October 2019.


About The Diagrama Foundation

Diagrama is a charity which supports vulnerable people through residential care, adoption and fostering across the south east of England.  The foundation has three small care homes for adults with learning disabilities, a 48-bed care home for elderly with nursing and dementia needs, three homes for vulnerable young people and a Supported Living Service.

Many vulnerable people live a joyless existence without hope and without a true identity or understanding of what is possible to achieve in life.

Diagrama know that when someone has time and belief invested in them, they come alive, because that investment has made them feel valued and worthy.

By making the effort to discover the real individual within you can build trust and unlock their hidden potential, igniting a renewed sense of hope and ambition for their life otherwise lost.

Diagrama’s dedicated team provides person-centred, solution-focused services for vulnerable children and adults, because everyone deserves the chance to live their best life possible.