Flannery Plant Hire is proud to have donated £23,603 to St Basils, in support of their continued work with vulnerable young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelesses. With a range of prevention, accommodation and support services available in the West Midlands region, they help over 5,000 young people per year regain the stability they need to rebuild their lives.
Raised through a Fundraising Golf Day in July, a host of Flannery clients came together to raise money for the West Midlands based charity. The event, hosted at the Belfry hotel, exceeded all expectations and was a huge success all around.
Flannery Managing Director, Patrick Flannery and Training Manager, Sophie Cox, visited St Basils Head Office to present the cheque (pictured). Patrick said: “I am delighted to present this donation to support the vital work St. Basils carry out on a daily basis. A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the Golf Day and we look forward to organising something similar next year.”
Sophie Cox added: “With our Birmingham Depot now open for business, we are always looking for ways to support the local community. Functioning as a dedicated training hub for the West Midlands, we are looking at how we can support St. Basils using the new Construction Plant Operative Trailblazer as the platform to transition vulnerable young people into work”.
For more on St. Basils and to find out how they are transforming lives in the West Midlands, please visit their website: https://stbasils.org.uk/