MyCSP Community Fund donates over £22,000 to over 43 causes

27 Oct 2016

Pension services provider, MyCSP, is celebrating 12 months since the launch of its Community Fund, which has so far donated over £22,000 to 43 different causes.

The MyCSP Community Fund was launched just over 12 months ago in September 2015 to donate to charitable causes selected by its employee partners.

The fund encourages employee partners to directly participate in where the money is distributed and can include direct funding to charities, support with their own charitable work, or to provide financial support for their own personal development.

Recipients so far include North East Hearts and Goals who received a new defibrillator, The Royal Liverpool Hospital who received funds towards eye research and 19 year old Neil Williams who received £2,500 towards a new wheelchair.

Willaston Rugby Club, New Fordley Football Club and basketball club Caernarfon Celts were amongst the sports organisations that received funding, as well as a number of local groups including Bootle Scouts and local performing arts centre Jelli Studios.

In addition, MyCSP employees have clambered through ice pools and barbed wire for Tough Mudder and braved the shave for Cancer Research. David Boardman, Communications Director, MyCSP said, “The Community Fund has not only been a great success, but has also shone a light on the extraordinary work our employees do to raise money for charity, and the help they provide to these great causes all across the North of England. We are very proud to support them all and look forward to seeing what the next 12 months will bring.”

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