Bridlington-based Hudson Contract donations a tea-mendous help to homeless charities
Bridlington-based Hudson Contract has donated more than 12,000 cups of tea and coffee to local charities helping homeless people in its home town.
As part of its 25th anniversary activities, the business gifted boxes of tea and coffee bags to the Hinge Centre on Field Road, Kingfisher Cafe, Emmanuel Church on Cardigan Street, the Salvation Army on Wellington Road, Real Aid in the High Street and Re-Store on Quay Road.
These charities provide a range of support and services to people in and around Bridlington
Hudson was founded a quarter of a century ago and is marking the occasion by donating to good causes, including the financial sponsorship of 25 apprentices for 25 of its clients.
Dave Jackson, founder and chairman, said: “Charity begins at home and as a successful local company we are proud to be supporting local charities and their important work in East Yorkshire.
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“We believe businesses have a wider responsibility to society and encourage other companies to give something back to their communities.”
Hudson, which supplies professional services to the construction industry, supports a number of good causes in Bridlington.
To date it has sponsored 170 construction apprentices and a full-time youth development officer at Bridlington Rugby Union Club.