Town & Country Cleaning has given a charity donation to support Disability Challengers “Play Days” (Twitter #TimeToPlay!) campaign. A recent Challengers Business Club was supported by local businesses as well as Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Health.
Challengers is a registered children’s charity, established in 1979, dedicated to providing exciting and challenging play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people. They do this through centres in Guildford and Farnham and through a range of community based projects across Surrey. Challengers has a brand new site in Stoke Park in Guildford, which Town & Country Cleaning recently cleaned.
Play is a vital part of growing up – children learn important physical, creative, intellectual, emotional and social skills through playing, but disabled children miss out every day because of a huge lack of facilities and support networks. Disability Challengers is encouraging people and companies to support their “Play Days’ campaign to raise money for this vital initiative and give disabled children more play experiences.
Lee Turner, Managing Director of Town & Country Cleaning said, ” It’s great to support Disability Challengers. Town & Country Cleaning has very strong values and that includes supporting community-based organisations”.
Lee Turner said, “The future is about creating shared value, or CSV, which is about wealth creation and job creation, as well as doing good in the community and the environment. Good companies will do more than simply give charity donations; they will align values with their customers, partners and suppliers. We look to partner with anyone who shares similar values to us, for the long-term”.
Town & Country Cleaning has some 65 staff managing +300 customers across both commercial and domestic clients in Surrey, Hampshire and across the south of England. Accreditations include BIFM (British Institute of Facilities Management), British Chamber of Commerce, ISO9001 and insurance to £10m.