Homebuilder donation boosts Doncaster Children’s Services Trust supplies
Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire has donated £300 towards vital supplies for Doncaster Children’s Services Trust as the organisation continues its work delivering social care and safeguarding to children, young people and families in the region.
The effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have been a challenge for many social care organisations, as part of Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire’s community engagement programme, the homebuilder recently reached out to see how it could help.
The support was gladly welcomed by the organisations staff and funds were allocated to the Trust’s children in care council who used the donation to build essential care packages for care leavers and vital families in need.
Kay Hands, Senior Business Support Officer for Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, commented: “We are overjoyed to receive such a generous donation from Taylor Wimpey, due to this we have been able to develop a little extra support for the children, young people and families our Trust helps.
“It is fantastic to see that our Trust is supported by local businesses across the Borough who want to help see our young people comfortable, happy and succeeding.”
Ross Clarkson, Sales Director at Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire, commented: “We’re happy to be able to help Doncaster Children’s Services Trust and we thoroughly appreciate the work the organisation does in the local area.
“As a responsible homebuilder, we’re always looking to support causes close to our developments and Doncaster Children’s Services Trust's mission to deliver innovative ways to transform children’s social care is one we could wholeheartedly get behind.
“Many organisations have needed a boost during the pandemic, and we felt that the Trust was more than deserving of our donation. Hopefully the money can help those who need it most in the region.”
Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire’s Wheatley Hall Mews is just a short drive from the offices of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust. The development provides a range of stunning properties for house hunters to choose from in the area.
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