Recycling Lives Social Welfare Charity chosen as Charity of choice for NW Finance Awards

Recycling Lives is pleased to announce that the NW Finance Awards have once again selected our social welfare charity to be their charity of choice for the upcoming 2013 awards.

Due to be held on the 26th September 2013, the NW Finance Awards will see representatives from over seventy local businesses come together and battle it out for the top awards. The Awards bring together a variety of industries with representatives from companies such as TalkTalk Group, Marks & Spencers, Trust Inns and AXA are all due to be in attendance.

When Phil Scott, an organiser of the NW Finance Awards, learnt about Recycling Lives, he was keen to see just how the charity works. When he visited Recycling Lives and saw the help we were providing, he was keen to support our work and we were subsequently selected as the NW Finance Awards charity of choice.

We have produced a short video featuring Resident Mark which will be introduced by Phil and shown at the awards ceremony later this month. The video follows Mark during his time with the charity and highlights the he help he received and how this benefitted him.

As we continue to expand our range of corporate partners, we hope that those in attendance are inspired to learn more about the Recycling Lives social welfare charity and consider working with us in the future.

By providing Residents with accommodation, training opportunities and work placements, Recycling Lives, and the corporate partners we work with, are helping Residents to end the cycle of homelessness and return to independent living.

Although many Residents undertake work placements with Recycling Lives and our Community Dotcom schemes, the work experience placements offered by our corporate partners are crucial to the on-going success of Residents.

We appreciate the on-going support of the NW Finance Awards, wish all the finalists the best of luck and welcome enquiries from potential corporate partners who would like to know more about how they can help us to end homelessness.