DICKIES STORE SUPPORT THE CRASH CHARITY
DickiesStore.co.uk are proud to announce its donation to CRASH, the construction and property industry charity aimed at helping the homeless.
Dickies sourced, printed and delivered 200 high quality t-shirts, emblazoned with the distinctive red-and-white CRASH logo, entirely free of charge.
The CRASH team’s mission is to address the issues around homelessness by harnessing the skills, products and goodwill of our country’s construction and property industry. The charity works to improve night shelters, hostels, day centres and training facilities for organisations that work directly with homeless people in the UK.
John Macknay – MD of Quo Vadis UK Ltd. (the company behind DickiesStore) said: “I am delighted we were able to supply these T-shirts to CRASH. It is a wonderful charity that makes a real difference to so many people; we wish CRASH continued success in their work.”
Maurice Morton, Sales & Marketing Director at Dickies added: “A simple, well-made piece of branded workwear is highly recommended for any corporate team or charity organisation; it makes these groups instantly more recognisable, helps them look more professional and creates a sense of solidarity. By donating these garments, we hope we can make a difference by helping to raise the charity’s profile and by making CRASH supporters feel like part of the team.”
“We are delighted with the t-shirts. Not only will they help us raise our profile, they will also make our supporters feel a valued member of the CRASH team,” says Kate Marsh, Development Manager at CRASH.
In the coming months, you can expect to see the CRASH team, their supporters and patrons proudly sporting their t-shirts at major fundraising events, such as the London to Brighton Cycle Ride.
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