Doncaster Charity in Final Race to Funding Target Following Cash Injection From Caddick Construction

Caddick Construction has donated £1,000 to Active Fusion as the Doncaster-based children’s charity nears its ‘10 More Years Appeal’ £10k funding goal.

The company’s cheque donation will go towards the charity’s 10-week campaign, through which it is raising £10,000 by 31st August to help local young people lead happy and healthy lives.

Active Fusion exists to help give every child in Doncaster the best start in life, by being happy, healthy and active. By developing a love for being active, children can unlock potential and create positive habits for life.

The Caddick Construction team took a keen interest in the charity’s outstanding work while working on the nearby distribution centre Unity, on behalf of development partner, Waystone Hargreaves Land.

Managing Director at Caddick Construction Group, Paul Dodsworth comments: “Active Fusion is a fantastic example of what can be achieved when people come together for a good cause. We hope our donation will help this brilliant local charity reach its donation target and we urge anybody in the position to do so to make a donation via the website as the charity counts down to the final weeks of its appeal.”

Becky Rose, Deputy Director of Active Fusion, commented: “Support from business and our fundraising community for the 10 More Years campaign has been overwhelming. Caddick Construction have been pivotal in helping us to move one step closer to reaching our target of £10,000, we are truly grateful for their generosity and support. But we are not quite there yet, with just over £1500 to raise. We are still looking for other funding heroes, like the team at Caddick Construction, to help us across the line as we fight for the power of sport and physical activity in young lives.

Donations can be pledged at the 10 Years More appeal via Active Fusion’s website.

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