Fresh Start Waste Donates an Additional £1,000 to Liverpool Charity KIND

Kind charity, Liverpool

Fresh Start Waste, a prominent waste management company, demonstrates its community commitment. It donates an additional £1,000 to KIND (Kids In Need and Distress), a Liverpool-based charity.

KIND, a well-known charity, has devoted over four decades to assisting underprivileged children and families in the Liverpool region. Fresh Start Waste’s latest contribution is a testament to their ongoing support for this noble cause.

This generous £1,000 donation will play a vital role in enabling KIND to sustain their crucial work. It includes offering essential support like food, clothing, and educational assistance to needy children and families.

A long-standing partnership

Fresh Start Waste maintains a long-standing partnership with KIND. This donation is one of  numerous ways they’ve showcased their dedication to effecting positive change within the local community.

Nicola McGrath, CEO of Fresh Start Waste, expressed her enthusiasm for the ongoing collaboration, stating, “We are thrilled to be able to support KIND once again. Their tireless efforts to improve the lives of vulnerable children and families in our community are truly inspiring. We believe in the importance of giving back, and we are proud to be a part of KIND’s mission.”

KIND’s CEO, Stephen Yip, expressed his gratitude for Fresh Start Waste’s continued support, saying, “Fresh Start Waste has been a valued partner and their support has helped us to continue to make a real difference within many young lives from within our community. This wonderful £1,000 donation will be used to help fund our forthcoming Christmas Appeal. This support will help us to give thousands of unlucky children and their families a Christmas to remember and not one to forget. Thank you for helping us to make a real difference this Christmas”

Fresh Start Waste and KIND are both looking forward to the positive impact that this donation will have on the local community, and they hope that it will encourage others to get involved and support the valuable work being done by the charity.