Leading real estate developer, Sourced Development Group, is donating nearly £10,000 to support various charities across Merseyside as part of its Christmas campaign.
It has chosen to allocate funding to Liverpool’s L6 Centre, which supports babies and young people facing extreme poverty, helping them with food, clothing and other essential items.
It is also providing resource to Liverpool’s Whitechapel Centre to help alleviate the city’s homelessness crisis, which has been exacerbated by the freezing cold conditions.
A further funding boost will go to Radio City’s Cash for Kids, which support children and young people affected by poverty, abuse, neglect, life-limiting illness and those who have additional needs.
And a variety of essential food items have been given to Widnes food bank – set up to cater for families and individuals facing food poverty.
Speaking about the support, Joanne Waller, managing director of Sourced Development Group said:
“The L6 Centre, Cash for Kids, Whitechapel Centre and the Widnes Foodbank all do amazing work to support those less fortunate.
“We could not be more proud, as a developer rooted in the communities which we operate in, to support these wonderful initiatives as the cost-of-living crisis affects families. Everyone in the team has a social conscience – it is part of our make up.
“This targeted support on Merseyside and beyond will hopefully help alleviate the pressures of those who are struggling and re-integrate them back into society.
“Sourced Development Group is committed to not only bringing first-class housing and accommodation to the North West, but ensuring no-one is forgotten about or left behind.”