Cheshire Community Foundation’s supporters club, The Cheshire 100, received a further boost this month when new member Encirc joined their donor ‘family’.
Encirc, the Elton based manufacturer of glass containers, offers a fully comprehensive range of services throughout the supply chain, linking high quality container glass manufacturing and advanced filling facilities with warehousing and logistics. Always keen to support the local communities in which their teams live and work, they joined the Cheshire 100 as a smart way of ensuring their charitable contributions had the most impact.
As Adrian Curry, Encirc’s Managing Director explained, “From the isolated elderly to young families struggling to cope, we know that whatever the need, CCF will provide expert, targeted support to the charities making the most impact on the issue. By supporting their work, we believe Encirc are helping to create positive and permanent change across the county”.
Encirc have joined a growing list of organisations including Warrington Borough Council, Boodles, The Locker Group and Forresters Sales Ltd that see membership of The Cheshire 100 as the most effective way of supporting the thousands of small charities and grass-root organisations, working hard to rebuild lives shattered by the effects of the pandemic.
As Zoe Sheppard, CEO of Cheshire Community Foundation commented, “Membership of the Cheshire 100 is a brilliant way for companies to demonstrate their commitment to their local communities. Encirc Glass are exactly the type of forward-thinking, socially aware organisation we hoped The Cheshire 100 would attract, and we couldn’t be more delighted to have them on board”.