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Eames Consulting Group Supports Vulnerable Families

Eames Consulting Group Supports Vulnerable Families
 
The Eames Consulting Group has joined forces with sought after charity West London Action for Children, supporting an exhibition of fabulous artworks by five artists, to be shown at The Gallery in Cork Street on Tuesday, 9th November 2010.   Group founder, Matthew Eames, agrees with the charity, that all adults and children have many areas of strength and resource in their lives and that it is our job to help people connect with these.
 
Eames Consulting, a recruitment and search boutique, offering clients unusually high levels of bespoke service with exceptional focused, dynamic and professional delivery, was awarded Best London Search Firm and Best London Contingency Firm in 2009.  The companys Group Managing Director, Matthew Jaquiss says:-
 
 It is really exciting to be in a position to help WLAC.  We are approached by all kinds of charities during the working week but we chose to support them because they do such a fantastic job helping vulnerable families.  They, like us, help people to draw on their strengths, overcome their challenges and become the people they strive to be.   Also, by supporting a small, more personal charity, we are pleased to be able to witness directly, the many positive outcomes.
 
The important exhibition will show works by talented artists Minnie MacHale, Olivia Pethybridge, Elizabeth Raby, Annabel Ridley and Jessica Schroder.  They employ sculpture, painting, glass engraving and printing to eloquently capture the essence of the world around them, the play of light and texture in land and seascapes and the fine detail of individual objects.
 
West London Action for Children has striven to prevent family breakdown since 1917. They help children from an early age, working with them and their parents.  They aim to reinforce and develop their self-sufficiency and self-worth to cope with their problems and succeed: and then go on to help others to succeed.

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