01 Apr 2021
Caddick teams on three of our West Yorkshire sites had a cracking idea to help local charities this Easter.
Colleagues working at the SOYO, Leeds, Wakefield 515, and Moor Park 25 Phase 2 sites teamed up with local charities to try to ensure that as many children as possible have an easter egg to enjoy this weekend. In all, 500 easter eggs were collected and donated to three charities which would then pass them on to children in their area.
The SOYO team worked with the local Leeds children’s charity Kidz Klub which helps families in the top 10% socially deprived areas of the city. A big thank you goes out to Caddick contractor SES Engineering who dug deep and donated nearly half of all the eggs that Caddick collected. Keith Walton Brickwork, Northfield Construction, Phoenix Flooring, and Axis Envelope Solutions were also extremely generous.
The Caddick team, at Wakefield515 donated their eggs to ECHO, Every Child Has Options – a Knottingley-based charity that works within the community to try and provide services that will make life-changing impacts on local families. Brandon Hire Station donated a number of eggs for this collection – again thank you!
The last scheme at Moor Park 25 Phase 2 saw the Caddick teamwork with Hollybank Trust, a charity that provides teaching, residential care, and a range of therapies and activities for children, young people, and adults with profound and multiple disabilities.
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