National Grid volunteer Andrew Cleaver and children from Richmond Primary School in Hinckley were delighted to receive a new set of Number Partner games this week. (more…)
Huge congratulations to Hilroy Benjamin from Office Depot who received his Golden Heart award today from Number Partners Coordinator, Joanne Hudson. (more…)
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Joanne Hudson, Number Partners Coordinator, was delighted to present Golden Heart Awards for outstanding long service to Mandy Winkley and Pauline Ginnetta. The pair from Everards Brewery, accompanied by James Bhatt, play maths games each week with children from Ravenhurst Primary School, clocking up an incredible 16 years of volunteering between them. (more…)
Carlton Chokufa was referred to Leicestershire Cares in May 2015 through the Probation service. He was interviewed and accepted onto the Community Safety Work Placement Scheme.
Dorothy Goodman School in Hinckley has been given a brand new look – thanks to employees from National Grid. A team of 12 volunteers swung into action to give the Lower and Upper Schools a lick of bright coloured paints. (more…)
Our very own Monica Stark recently presented the 45th Golden Heart award to Mark Humphries for his outstanding contribution and support to the Community Safety Project.
On 18th June, Education Manager Gail Brown awarded our 45th Golden Heart to Jennifer Allton at the an end of year feedback meeting at New College.
Our sincere thanks to all the wonderful employee volunteers who have taken part in Team Challenges over the last couple of months.
Here’s a snapshot of what they have been up to in the local community and if this inspires YOU, then please get in touch with Katharine or Leona to find out more.
Olive Catering Services spent a day at Outwoods in Loughborough netting the wooden boardwalk and grubbing out very young sycamore saplings to create new habitat piles. (more…)
The Community Safety project, helping ex-offenders into work, is celebrating a double success with the construction firm Bowmer & Kirkland giving two Leicester men a fresh start in full time paid employment.
Family-owned Bowmer & Kirkland has started taking ex-offenders on placements which include mentoring by the firm’s staff and are designed to boost confidence and skills. Key basic qualifications in health and safety are also ticked off. (more…)