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Bishop’s Move teams up with national disability charity Sense

Jul 10, 2017

Bishop’s Move in Crawley has teamed up with Sense, a national charity that supports people who are deafblind, have sensory impairments or complex needs, to help them enjoy more independent lives.

Bishop's Move has a long tradition of supporting both national and local charities that actively benefit the communities they work within. The company’s 'De-clutter & Donate’ scheme allows Bishop’s Move to provide support through donations received from customers that are distributed direct to the respective charities.

Paul Hale, Donation Stock Manager for Sense in Crawley, said: “The Bishop’s Move team in Crawley have given invaluable support to Sense, through regular donations of furniture and other items for resale in our charity shops. These sizeable donations include almost ten tons of brand new children’s books from which we were able to raise very significant funds for the charity.”

Darron Day, Branch Manager at Bishop’s Move Crawley said: “We are so proud to be able to support such a dedicated charity which strives to meet equally wonderful objectives by providing such invaluable active care and support services within the local communities.”

Photo: Bishop’s Move London Branch Manager Kevin  Crockford (left) and Paul Hale from Sense.

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