Cruse is delighted to have been selected as one of two charity partners for PTS Plumbing limited. The joint partnership with Mind will see PTS staff raise awareness and funds for both charities over the next two years.
The partnership kicked off at the FA’s national training centre at St George’s Park, Burton. Conference delegates donated over £4,000 and PTS will be encouraging their 300 Branches as well as friends, family and customers to get involved with a huge range of fundraising activities over the next year from our Footprints walks to skydives.
Ian Church, Managing Director at PTS, said: Employees across PTS are always incredibly passionate about our charity partners and the response when choosing Cruse Bereavement and Mind was overwhelming. Both of these charities are incredibly worthy causes and we’re really looking forward to doing all we can to support them.
Debbie Kerslake, Cruse Bereavement Care, added: “Cruse Bereavement Care is delighted to be one of the chosen charities of PTS. With their help we will provide even more bereaved people with somewhere to turn when someone dies. The partnership will be a great opportunity for the employees to learn about the work we do and help us raise much needed funds for the organisation. We are very much looking forward to working with PTS for the next two years.”