GEZE UK has made donations to three local charities as part of its focus on Corporate Social Responsibility. A total of £1,820.00 was shared between St Giles Hospice, Lichfield Foodbank and the Pathway Project – a charity that supports adults, young people and children who are experiencing or affected by domestic abuse. All of them are based in Lichfield not far from GEZE UK’s head office.
The automatic door and window control company donated the money they received from Staffordshire County Council for carrying out lateral flow tests on staff during the Covid pandemic. Rather than keep the money it was decided to donate it to good causes or charities that can help people.
Said Rachel Boxall, Finance Director for GEZE UK, said: “We are delighted to be able to support these local charities, especially during these difficult times. We also encourage and support our colleagues in their fundraising activities.”
A different director made a presentation to each of the charities; Rachel presented a cheque to St Giles Hospice, Service Director Adam Presdee to the Pathway Project and MD Kaz Spiewakowski presented the cheque to the Foodbank.
GEZE UK’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy states that the company aims to create a positive impact in society and improve people’s lives wherever possible. The company supports local communities and encourages employees to become involved in local initiatives and fundraising events.
For more information about GEZE UK’s comprehensive range of automatic and manual door and window control products visit www.geze.co.uk.
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