Representatives from around one hundred organisations including local authorities, businesses, housing associations and charities attended the KM Charity Partnership Awards 2018 held at the Ashford International Hotel in March 2018.
The annual event, now in its third year, honoured the key partners of the KM Charity Team, including Countrystyle for its dedication to the local community. Head of Sales and Marketing, Sonya Cragg attended the event and commented to the Kent Messenger:
“We support the KM Charity Team on the walk to school scheme, helping to keep vehicles off the road. Road safety is really important for us and it links in really well with the schools initiative programme where we go round to many of the schools teaching them about three Rs – reduce, reuse, recycle. The KM Charity Team supports our ethos about road safety, and also helping to encourage recycling and looking after the environment.”
Following on, Simon Dolby, chief executive of the KM Charity Team, said: “These awards allow us to recognise the organisations helping us to develop and deliver our services for charities and schools.
“Their support means more opportunities for more children – whether it’s encouraging them to get active, learn road safety, champion the environment, develop cooking skills, or to read and write for fun. It also means more opportunities for charities of all sizes, and PTAs, to fundraise for their cause.
“We are thrilled to work in partnership with all of these people and thank them for all their help, which has made such a difference to so many people across the county.”
Countrystyle has renewed its support for another year with many plans in the diary for 2018.
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