Computershare Voucher Services (CVS) has pledged its support to Honeypot, a charity that offers a lifeline to young carers and vulnerable children.
CVS and its employees will undertake a series of activities over the coming year, including fundraising and volunteering projects to help maintain the charity’s premises and gardens.
The organsiation is also to sponsor a group of young carers when they go on their first respite break at Honeypot House, the charity’s residential holiday home in the New Forest, during the Easter holidays.
Julian Foster, managing director of CVS, said: “Honeypot is a fantastic charity and we are delighted to offer our ongoing support for the invaluable work it does.
“The team at CVS will get a lot out of volunteering and working alongside the charity. The partnership is a natural fit for us.
“While we support families in facilitating childcare, Honeypot works at the other end of the scale; helping young people who are caring for family members.”
Richard Cooper, corporate partnerships manager at Honeypot, added: “We are delighted to have the support of CVS, as without the support and donations we receive, we just would not be able to continue.
“It is great that employees are giving their time to volunteer with us and by backing the charity, CVS will help us make a real difference to the lives of hundreds of children.”
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