One Vision, who have been at the forefront of since the pandemic began, visited Kingsway Infant School alongside local MP Dean Russell.
During their visit Dean Russell MP and One Vision Chairman Enoch Karagaraj delivered water bottles for the children.
Student councillors from Kingsway got to meet Dean Russell MP and they discussed what his role was like.
Enoch Karagaraj, chairman of One Vision said: “We are delighted to visit the Kingsway Infant school recently to contribute water bottles to the school children. We have moved to a very difficult time and supporting our local schools is very important part of our vision.”
The headteacher Mrs Caroline T-Walmsley said: “We are really grateful for this inspirational visit. Not only do we now have free water bottles from the One Vision charity, but the very important school councillors learned all about their role being like a Member of Parliament.
“They told Mr Russell MP that Kingsway Infants is where learning is fun, and he has certainly added to that fun and learning. All of them thought they might like to be an MP or even Prime Minister one day.”
Dean Russell MP said: “I feel incredibly fortunate to be able to volunteer weekly with Enoch and the One Vision team. They are an essential part of the Watford community and the work they do for our town is inspirational.
“We are exceptionally lucky to have so many amazing volunteers in Watford and I cannot pay tribute to their efforts supporting local residents during this pandemic enough.”