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Nottingham Building society continues charity work

Posted onPosted on 1st Apr

The Nottingham continued its community giving to the most vulnerable people in our communities by making an Easter donation to local charity Jigsaw Support Scheme.

Throughout last year the building society tripled its donations to charities and other organisations, helping people hit the hardest by Covid-19 challenges.

As the fall-out from the pandemic continues into 2021, The Nottingham has already made large donations to the National Literacy Trust, ThinkForward and homelessness charity Framework.

And it built on that by giving its 48 branches across nine counties the chance to nominate a great local cause for a £25 Easter gift, which they could use as funds to help keep providing their services or simply to buy Easter eggs as treats for their service users and/or volunteers.  

The Mansfield branch team chose Jigsaw, which supports vulnerable individuals to live independently.

It provides a range of services, including direct support in the home, and a range of quality of life therapeutic activities for older, vulnerable or isolated adults.

 

Izabella Zygmunt, customer services consultant at The Nottingham’s Mansfield branch, said: “Jigsaw is enormously deserving of this due to the amazing work it does to help people in the local area.

“We have supported the charity before so were only too happy to be able to make this donation and help put a few smiles on faces at Easter.”

ABOVE: Jigsaw representative Alison Waring receives a £25 cheque from The Nottingham’s Izabella Zygmunt.