Thursfields Solicitors has welcomed a new partner in its efforts to help the Black Country Foodbank, its chosen charity of the year.
Ruskin Properties Ltd, one of the leading rented property developers in the Midlands, has donated a wide range of essential items to the foodbank including soap, shower gel, toilet rolls, washing powder and crockery.
Pam Arrowsmith, a Consultant Solicitor at Thursfields, called in at Ruskin Properties’ headquarters in Halesowen to collect the donation for the foodbank.
Pam, who is in the Family team at Thursfields’ Halesowen office, said: “We’re delighted to be partnering up with Ruskin Properties in our efforts to help the Black Country Foodbank.
This charity is working hard to provide essential help to people in the local community who are in need, and it’s important for companies to join together to make sure we support their efforts.”
Paul Titley, Commercial Manager at Ruskin Properties, said: “We’re pleased to get involved in supporting Thursfields’ efforts to help the Black Country Foodbank.
We’re proud at the generosity of so many of our staff who wanted to assist with donations of essential items.”
Jen Coleman, Office Manager at the Black Country Foodbank, said: “This is a brilliant thing that Ruskin Properties and Thursfields are doing and will be so useful to local people who will be really grateful.”
Black Country Foodbank, which helps people across Dudley, Sandwell and Walsall, is based at The Storehouse on Albion Street in Brierley Hill.
It’s open on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9am-2pm until the end of August, except for Bank Holidays.
For more information call 01384 671250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.