Housing provider donates £600 to mayor’s charities
Published by Laura Beckett for Halton Housing Trust in Housing and also in Communities, Local Government
Customer Involvement Manager Shirley Corocan with the Mayor of Halton Tom McInerney and Mayoress Angela McInerney.
The mayor’s charity fund has received a £600 boost thanks to Halton Housing Trust.
Staff at the Trust presented Mayor Tom McInerney and Mayoress Angela McInerney with the cheque last week. The mayor’s chosen charities for 2012-2013 include The Lets Go Club, a stroke support group, and Runcorn and Widnes Cancer Support Group.
Shirley Corcoran, Customer Involvement Manager at Halton Housing Trust said: “The mayor’s two chosen charities carry out valuable work throughout Halton and we are proud to support them. We hope to continue to help the mayor’s chosen charities in the future.”
Halton Housing Trust has been supporting charities since it was formed in 2005 through a combination of fundraising and hands on help such as carrying out renovation work.
The Trust’s current nominated charity for 2012 is Halton Haven Hospice, which it has been supporting for nearly five years. Other charities that have benefitted in previous years include Norton Priory, Citizens Advice Bureau and the Carbon Monoxide Awareness Campaign.