An education and engineering company has officially announced its charitable partnership with two prominent foundations in Warrington.
The base, on Dallam Lane, launched its long-term partnerships with Warrington Youth Zone and Warrington and Halton Hospitals.
This Grassroots partnership hopes to raise awareness and funds for both causes – with fundraising, publicity and mentorship being part of the partnerships.
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Jayne Furnival is the property manager for the group that runs the base, she said: “They are two of Warrington’s most vital charities, each providing essential support and care to those in need.
“Our ‘Elevate Network’ includes over 400 of the most committed and active businesses and helping both charities connect with them for help, advice and financial support will make a real difference in the long run. .”
Partnerships are two-way ventures, with the charities providing advice on outreach to businesses involved in supporting the partnerships.
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Helen Higginson, head of fundraising at Warrington and Halton hospitals, welcomed the valuable opportunity provided by The Base.
“We are extremely grateful to the Base and its businesses for choosing WHH Charity.
“The opportunity to work closely with all Base businesses – alongside the incredible Warrington Youth Zone – will help us create new ways to support and engage in helping to make a difference for our patients and our staff.”