St Leonard's Hospice
The Pavers Foundation employee-led charitable initiative of The York Top 100 Business Award Winner Pavers has donated £2,000 to local Charity St Leonard’s Hospice, on behalf of Becky Hill, Manager and Joanne Alexander, Customer Advisor at Pavers York city centre store. The ladies jointly applied to the Pavers Foundation’s employee-led grant application scheme to receive funding after witnessing the amazing care that the hospice gave to both of their families, their donation will go towards creating bereavement memory comfort boxes for children (pictured).
First Steps Pre School
The Pavers Foundation, employee-led charitable initiative of York-based multi-channel footwear retailer Pavers has donated £900 to First Steps Pre-School, based in Driffield, as a result of a grant application from Cullen MacIntosh, Supply Chain Co-Ordinator at Pavers Head Office. Cullen applied for funding through the Foundation’s employee grant scheme, which allows colleagues of the business to donate money to causes close to their hearts in areas of health, education, and community. The Foundation matched £900 worth of fundraising already carried out by the pre-school to fund new outdoor equipment for the children to use this summer.
The Hygiene Bank, Medway
The Pavers Foundation, the charitable initiative of the UK’s first carbon neutral major footwear retailer Pavers Shoes, has recently donated £500 to the Hygiene Bank, Medway Branch, following a grant application from Sandra Relph, Sales Advisor at Pavers Chatham. . Sandra decided to apply for grant funding to help a friend of hers, Emma Thomas who works so hard to maintain the hygiene bank for members of their local community.