Amber Thorne hosted a chocolate making workshop where she raised valuable funds for United Response. Amber tells us what motivated her to support United Response.

"I have fundraised in the past and it's great to give people the chance to help others while doing something worthwhile for themselves too.

United Response has an office in Littlehampton where I live so I thought that it would be good to support something locally that is also making a difference on a national level too.

In recent years, my grandmother and cousin have faced physical disabilities and so the hard work and efforts that United Response undertake daily to help people in similar situations means a lot to me.

I also love that it's about "support that changes with you". This is exactly what I stand for and lead with in my ‘Wellness Matters Academy’ - supporting and guiding people to empower them to help themselves in the future too."

You can read more about Amber's fundraising efforts on our blog

Find out how you can fundraise and support United Response on our make a difference web pages.