Residential programme receives donation boost

January 2022

A charitable donation is supporting our residential programme as it tackles homelessness and unemployment.

The contribution from insurance brokers David Roberts & Partners Group (DR&P) – totalling £2,500 – will support residents completing work placements and undertaking training.

Our residential facility supports men experiencing or at risk of homelessness, offering accommodation to men who have been street homeless, sofa surfing, living in hostels, or recently released from prison. Our structured programme of support sees residents develop skills and confidence ready to move into full-time work and independent housing of their own.

Chief Executive, Alasdair Jackson, said: “We’re really grateful for this support from DR&P, which will help us as we give people a pathway to independence.
“Helping residents to complete training is key to their future employment prospects. We’ve recently had two new men join our residential facility who will benefit directly from this donation.
“Thank you to all the team at DR&P for their continued support of our work.”

DR&P CEO, John Page, added: “Recycling Lives Charity provides social care, support and ultimately employment to many deserving people. Their admirable goals and enterprises result in discernible positive benefits within our local communities.
“We are extremely proud with our long-term support and partnership with such a unique and successful organisation, that continue to lead social, economic, and personal improvement in our society.”

David Roberts & Partners Group is a leading independent insurance broker delivering tailored insurance and risk management services to protect thousands of businesses and individuals.

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