Brierley Hill Babybank mission is, The prevention or relief of poverty in Brierley Hill and the surrounding areas by providing essential items, resources and support to families with young children and/or to charities or other organisations who also work to prevent or relieve poverty amongst families.
BriggsAmasco supports Glasgow Association for Mental Health.
Our Glasgow branch is supporting Glasgow Association for Mental Health, by participate in 4 hours of 5 aside football. All donations are welcome via the JustGiving page. This is in conjunction with the Multiplex project at the Adam Smith building in Glasgow.
The Glasgow team won the Europa League Section of the tournament and are in the national finals on 20th October. The entire team gave everything, exceptional effort and overall delighted to raise some funds for a Fantastic Charity.
Pictured from left to right; Cameron Bruff, Jamie Matusavage, Kenny Scott, Kenny Miller (Rangers player, presenting the trophy), Allan Doris, Jordan Short, Paul Mulgrew.
Missing from the picture were; Kai Atkinson and Harry Granger (Star Player).
Tony Lawther, Assistant Managing Director, has donnated £1,000 to Demelza whilst attending the MAC awards on 10 June 2022.
“Demelza supports families who have children with a serious or terminal condition, throughout their time together. We help young people with complex needs to get the most from life, achieve ambitions, do new things, and we support their families to manage and thrive”. Their website can be found at www.demelza.org.uk
BriggsAmasco is supporting the Great Manchester Run & Leeds Canoe Challenge by donating to their JustGiving pages.
Abraham Moss project that BriggsAmasco is a part of delivering. On the 22nd of May, 7 members of the Laing O’Rourke, Expanded and Client construction team will be taking part in the Great Manchester Run. This to raise money for Local Charity Manchester Youth Zone. MYZ offers an essential service to the young people of the community we are constructing in and they rely heavily on fundraising and charitable donations to maintain their excellent work. Their JustGiving page can be found here.
On the 20th May 2022 , 30 staff from Wates’ Yorkshire and NE Construction and SES staff will participate in our TCV 125 Leeds Canoe challenge on the Leeds Aire Canal. The teams will canoe from Castleford to Leeds (10 miles). The finishing point will be at the Armouries, Leeds Dock at 4pm approx. The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are Wates Charity partner for 2022. It’s the final year of this fantastic partnership which aims to support and inspire Wates employees who are supported by Wates Giving, the charitable programme run by the Wates Family Enterprise Trust. Wates will work with TCV to help raise funds in support of the charity’s vision of creating healthier and happier communities for everyone. It will also help TCV to extend its reach, to help transform more of Britain’s green spaces. Established as a national charity in 1959, TCV is an expert in leading volunteers in conservation activities, supporting people to create, protect and improve green spaces to benefit nature and the local community. TCVs conservation activities have always varied but its inclusive approach has remained consistent; as has its focus on bringing people and places together to create healthier and happier communities for everyone. Their JustGiving page can be found here.
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