Cavendish is approaching its 30th anniversary early in 2020. Therefore, one of the ways, our directors have decided to celebrate thirty years of being part of the business community in Sussex is to give 12 days of volunteering over the next 12 months.
They are looking for 12 employees to step forward and volunteer for a day.
The charity might be a big national organisation, a local community group or a sports club – but they must be a charitable organisation that is able to use a volunteer for a day.
One of our sales support members, Jade volunteered to help Barnardo’s Charity Shop in Eastbourne.
Celebrating our 30th anniversary
June 2019: Jade is at Barnardo’s Charity Shop
Jade used to work for this charity before she started at Cavendish. She chose Barnardo’s as a workplace as being a mum this charity close to her heart.
She gave her time to the store, assisting with all day-to-day tasks such as serving customers, restocking the shop floor with donations and general housekeeping.
Jade said about her charity day:
“I really enjoyed being with my previous team and meeting new volunteers I haven’t met before. I think it is a really nice gesture of Cavendish to allow me to offer my time to this wonderful charity.”
About the charity
They protect, support and nurture the UK’s most vulnerable children
They help hundreds of thousands of children, young people, parents and carers via our 1000+ services across the UK.
They help children through the trauma of sexual abuse and exploitation.
They provide support for young people in care – and they don’t forget about them when they leave the care system.
They give children caring for a loved one the help and support they deserve.
And that’s not all. Their specialist workers support families through domestic abuse, mental health problems, prison sentences, asylum seeking and much more.
They also amplify the voices of young people to influence Government on the issues that affect their lives, fighting their corner and making sure their voices are heard.
The scale of what they do may be big and complex, but their aim is simple – to provide the best outcome for every child, no matter who they are or what they have been through. Find out more, please visit their website at https://www.barnardos.org.uk/