Community Support Initiatives

Community Support Initiatives2019-03-30T12:36:42+00:00
2506, 2024

Virtual North Coast of Scotland – 500miles

Scott Middlebrook from Mace is aiming to complete 500 miles to raise money for the Mace Foundation.  Scott is attempting a virtual bike ride on the North Coast of Scotland 500 miles (806KM) journey through the Scottish Highlands, hopefully within the 31 days of July!

The funds raised from the Mace Games will support the Mace Foundation’s charitable activities which includes supporting charity partners: Dubai Cares, Mind and St Mungo’s. Plus the Foundation’s match funding programme for Mace employees which helps hundreds of charities around the world.

BriggsAmasco has donated £250 to help Scott to achieve his target.

706, 2024

Calthorpe Community Garden Roof Works

As part of the S106 requirements on Woolgate Exchange, Mace are working with a local community group, they were experiencing leaks on a small building so the London team volunteered labour and material resources to repair this roof. 

BriggsAmasco’s London branch whilst carrying out the roofing works at Woolgate Exchange. Their team looked at the roof and decided the best way to repair the leaks was to install a cold-applied waterproofing material.

Briggs Amasco carried out these works, donating £1,950 worth of materials and time out of their normal working hours. This created £15,288 of social value!

“Thank you so much for the work on the roof. Such a difference! It’s been chucking it down since and no leaks at all!” – Calthorpe Community Gardens Volunteer Manager.

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2810, 2022

BriggsAmasco makes donation to Brierley Hill Babybank

BriggsAmasco had some scrap metal which was recycled locally and the £160 received was donated to Brierley Hill Babybank.

View their thank you letter

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.

Their website is

908, 2022

Glasgow Association for Mental Health

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).

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