This Christmas Story Plant staff, alongside colleagues from the wider Story Contracting business, have raised £5,000 for the companies’ Charity Partners.
Five charities, which sit across the businesses’ regional operating areas, received a £1,000 donation as part of the ongoing commitment to support the worthwhile causes. Extra donations of selection boxes and toys were also given.
The charities are:
- Carlisle Youth Zone – a safe and fun environment where the potential of young people is developed and fulfilled.
Chorley & Manchester:
- 42nd Street – supporting young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health
- LimbBo Foundation – helping limb difference children and their families.
- Crisis Skylight Birmingham – a charity which works with thousands of people to help them rebuild their lives and leave homelessness behind for good.
- Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity – helps to provide the best possible care for young patients at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital.
Over the past year, staff from across the business have carried out various fundraising activities to raise the money donated to the charities – from sporting challenges and bake sales, to raffles and virtual quizzes.
Jason Butterworth, CEO of Story Contracting, said: “We’re delighted to be putting our support behind our charity partners this Christmas. We recognise it’s more important than ever during this challenging time that we stand up and be counted upon to help the most vulnerable within our communities.”
Jason added: “We will continue to support the charities in 2022 through voluntary work and fundraising, to make a real difference for the charities and those who depend on them.”