ABS Trustees, including Kathy Thurman MCIAT, recognised
Architects Benevolent Society (ABS) recently said goodbye to six of of their longer serving Trustees, including Kathy Thurman MCIAT, who have now retired.
From Architects Benevolent Society:
For many years these special individuals played a crucial role in the development of the marvellous support the Society provides to the wider architectural community. Between all six, they have served in various roles, sitting on many committees, that have helped shape the Architects Benevolent Society we have today.
It is because of their commitment that the Society is now helping so many individuals and their dependants with a range of holistic support services. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we were unable to thank them in person, however, we asked a selection of our nearby Ambassadors and Trustees to deliver a small token of thanks along with our message –
“On behalf of all past and present ABS beneficiaries, supporters, and staff, thank you for all your dedicated hard work, passion and care throughout the years. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours.”
See images of the Trustees receiving their gifts here.