Incommunities raise ‘record’ sum for mental health charity | News

Sadeh Lok

Incommunities raise ‘record’ sum for mental health charity

Cellar Trust Donation Dec 2020
Generous Incommunities staff have raised a fantastic £2,817 for the Cellar Trust following a prize raffle held before Christmas.
Over 200 gifts were donated by suppliers and contractors of the Shipley-based housing group.
Every year, staff with the Asset Management Service organise a prize draw in support of a different charity and this time they raised the highest amount they’ve ever done.
The money will go towards the Cellar Trust’s mental health services which support people across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
The charity provides tailored support to help local people move forward in their lives and unfortunately, they have seen the pandemic bring extra pressures on their vital services.
Incommunities’ support for the Cellar Trust comes on top of donations made by the housing group to three local charities helping families urgently needing food and other daily essential items. They are Bradford Central Foodbank, Bradford Metropolitan Food Bank and the Welcome Trust in Kirklees.
Geraldine Howley, Incommunities’ Group Chief Executive, said: "Thanks to the wonderful support of staff at Incommunities and our partners we are delighted to handover this donation to the Cellar Trust.
"The pandemic has affected the vital services of so many charities – locally and nationally – and we hope our support will give a real boost to everyone at the Cellar Trust at this difficult time. As a local housing provider our staff see first hand the significant challenges many people are facing right now and we know the Trust do tremendous work to empower residents to move forward in their lives."
Kim Shutler, Chief Executive of the Cellar Trust, said: "We are so grateful for the support from Incommunities, who we have worked with supporting people back into work for a number of years.
"This has, and continues, to be a very challenging time for so many people in our District and contributions like this make a huge difference when it comes to ensuring that we can be there for people when they need us. The funding will support our Emergency Appeal which is to increase the capacity of our crisis provision when people are at their lowest."
To find out more about the work of the Cellar Trust and to make a donation go to
Pic shows: Geraldine Howley (right) from Incommunities with Kim Shutler from the Cellar Trust with the ‘big cheque’ for £2,817.

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