Kendrick Homes delivers £28,750 charity boost to eight organisations

Kendrick Homes delivers £28,750 charity boost to eight organisations

A long-standing Midlands housebuilder has delivered a £28,750 donation to eight charities as part of its commitment to its environmental, social and governance strategy. Kendrick Homes, which operates seven sites across the Midlands and Oxfordshire, has donated £1,750 to Paralympics GB and £2,500 to Midlands Air Ambulance, Mind, Primrose Hospice, the Prince’s Trust and Voluntary Action...

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Thursfields staff take part in Big Worcester Sleep Out for homeless hostel

Thursfields staff take part in Big Worcester Sleep Out for homeless hostel

A team of six staff from Thursfields Solicitors is taking part in the Big Worcester Sleep Out to raise money for St Paul’s Hostel for homeless people. The Thursfields team donning jumpers and huddling up in sleeping bags at Worcester’s Sixways Stadium on October 14 will be Tony Gibb, Tracy Griffiths, Dani James, Megan Jewkes, Grace Terry and Kim Virk. Megan Jewkes, trainee solicitor and...

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Feedo Needo and Octopus Energy team up to combat food poverty

Feedo Needo and Octopus Energy team up to combat food poverty

A Birmingham-based charity has partnered with green energy pioneer Octopus Energy to raise essential funding to help the most vulnerable in society. Feedo Needo’s partnership with Octopus Energy, the UK’s fastest growing energy provider which now supplies clean, affordable energy to 2.4 million customers across the country, comes after the charity joined forces to further spread the word of the...

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Lotus targets £250m private sector investment with major new appointment

Lotus targets £250m private sector investment with major new appointment

One of the fastest instigators of change in helping to eradicate homelessness has made a significant new appointment to support plans to reach 2,000 bed spaces by the end of the year. Wolverhampton-based Lotus Sanctuary, which provides homes and wraparound support to people who are homeless or in danger of becoming so, has welcomed investment specialist Chris Roberts to its senior management...

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£7,500 boost for hospice as it becomes first beneficiary of Wired for Good campaign

£7,500 boost for hospice as it becomes first beneficiary of Wired for Good campaign

A leading Black Country manufacturer has announced its first nominated charity as part of its Wired for Good campaign. Alloy Wire International (AWI), which employs 30 people at its Narrowboat Way facility in Brierley Hill, is backing the crucial work of Mary Stevens Hospice over the next 12 months. The company has agreed to donate £7,500 to mark its 75th year in business and the money will help...

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