Wigan based business, M&Y Maintenance and Construction, support The Brick’s ‘Wrap up Wigan’ campaign with bundles of warm clothing, donated for individuals and families in need, this winter.
The Bricks Wrap Up Wigan campaign, launched last month to encourage people and businesses to donate blankets, coats, gloves, hats and more to the charity, for people in the community who are facing financial hardship.
Abbie Riley, New Business and Support Services Manager at M&Y Maintenance and Construction, said: “Our staff have supported The Brick for three years, and the response to our call for help for the ‘Wrap Up Wigan’ campaign, this year, has been truly amazing. We were delighted to be able to drop off so many warm clothes and blankets and we hope that our donation can go some way to help people in need.”
Wendy Doherty, Partnership Manager at The Brick, said: “M&Y Maintenance and Construction has been so supportive of everything we do at The Brick, from donating warm clothing at winter time, supporting us and the people we work with by donating brand new work clothes, running volunteer days and supporting our Christmas hamper campaign, by getting stuck in and delivering hamper to families across Wigan and Leigh.
“Without the support of businesses like M&Y Maintenance and Construction, we simply wouldn’t be able to do what we do and in the face of the unprecedented demand that The Brick is facing right now, due to the cost-of-living crisis. We need this support more than we ever have before.”
Abbie adds: “We are proud to support The Brick, especially in the current economic climate. Our staff have always been invested, in supporting the Brick and are even more so right now. It’s wonderful to be involved in something meaningful by supporting The Brick, especially as I live locally, and I can’t wait to help with the Christmas hamper campaign, in December.”
MY Construction have been trading since 1980, delivering maintenance and construction across the North West and are committed to supporting community projects no matter how big are small.