The Bradley Hall Leeds team enjoyed a day out of the office last month, as they swapped their property brochures for paint brushes and helped with the revamp of Yorkshire Children’s Centre.
Yorkshire Children’s Centre is a remarkable charitable organisation that has been transforming the lives of children, young people, and families across Yorkshire for over 35 years.
Its unwavering commitment to supporting families in need has earned it a reputation as a vital pillar in the local community. The organisation offers a wide range of services and support, including child development programmes, family support initiatives, early years education, mental health support and much more.
The visit by staff from Bradley Hall followed the charity’s decision to give its centre a makeover, with the team rolling up their sleeves and supporting their decorating efforts to further enhance its facilities and create a nurturing environment for the children who rely upon its services.
David Cran, Managing Director of Bradley Hall Yorkshire, expressed his enthusiasm for supporting the Yorkshire Children’s Centre and the profound impact they have on the lives of local children and families.
He said: “The aim has been to help create a welcoming, warm environment for the children who visit the centre and we’re delighted to have been able to lend our support to their efforts.
“Over the course of almost five decades, The Yorkshire Children’s Centre has provided such a vital service to thousands of families across the county, helping to improve the lives of young people and inspire real change, so to be able to help give a little back to an organisation which gives so much to our communities is fantastic. We’re proud to have been involved.”
Established in 1974 by philanthropist Brian Jackson, Yorkshire Children’s Centre is a regional charity that supports vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people, and their families, within Kirklees and surrounding areas.
Volunteer Development Manager of the Yorkshire Children’s Centre, Lucy Martin, said: “We are incredibly grateful for the help the Bradley Hall team have given us in helping with our revamp project.
“The commitment and enthusiasm demonstrated by the team are truly commendable. Their help marks a great start, as we embark on transforming our space for the vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people we support.”
To learn more about Yorkshire Children’s Centre, visit: https://yorkshirechildrenscentre.org.uk/