HaulTech have been awarded the ‘Ta Duck Award’ for a second consecutive year for supporting the Alice Charity
2020 has been a tough year for all. The Alice Charity’s ‘People’s Pantry’ has become relied on more than ever during the global pandemic as the rising problem of food poverty continues to exist within Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Providing food for those in need is just one of the many ways the Alice Charity supports the local community. From parent and toddler groups to recycling used goods and providing school supplies, the impact of their work can be felt across the city.
The partnership between HaulTech and the Alice Charity began in early 2019. The support from HaulTech has allowed for staff like Sharon Jones (pictured above with Alice Charity CEO Steph Talbot, left, and HaulTech director Craig Lamont) to provide the essential assistance needed by families across the area. 2020 was no different, with HaulTech continuing their support throughout the year. Highlights included the annual sponsorship of the ‘Bump and Beyond’ program in May and HaulTech were also in attendance at the Alice Charity Golf Day in late September at Trentham Park Golf Club.
Upon receiving the award, HaulTech director Clare Chidlow stated “We’re absolutely delighted to get the Ta Duck Award again.”
She went on to add “We’ve been supporting the Alice Charity for nearly two years now, it has been a great partnership.
The work they do is so important, especially at the moment with so much uncertainty. We’re looking forward to getting involved with more events in 2021.”
From volunteering opportunities or small personal donations through to larger corporate partnerships there are plenty of ways in which you can help too. Don’t forget to check out the Alice Charity’s website by clicking here and following their social media pages for updates on how you can join HaulTech in supporting them.