Fluent Money Group will donate £ 100,000
Fluent Money Group plans to donate £ 100,000 to charities over the next 12 months as part of its environmental, social and governance (ESG) program, Fluent Giving.
Over the past two years, the group has donated over £ 80,000 to domestic and foreign charities, working with a number of organizations that support young people and children.
Fluent Money CEO Kevin Hindley is an ambassador for the charity KidsOut, which raises funds to provide disadvantaged children with positive early childhood experiences by providing them with opportunities and activities that would not be accessible to them. otherwise.
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Fluent Money also has a long-standing relationship supporting Education for the Children (EFTC), which strives to provide scholarships to underprivileged children in Guatemala, enabling young people and families to access education. , health care and social support.
As part of its new Fluent Giving initiative, the company has introduced a number of ways staff can help raise funds for charities, in addition to the money donated on the back of completed records.
This includes fundraising efforts, volunteering, and the ability for staff to get involved in charitable initiatives during their working time.
More recently, the company also revealed its partnership with Bolton Lads and Girls Club, becoming a patron of the charity for 2021/22.
Suzanne Aspden, Group Marketing Director for Fluent Money Group, said, “We are really proud of our continued support and work with charities both at home and abroad.
“Education for the Children has been our primary charity for many years and will continue to receive our support, but as the business grows we would like to share the money we raise more widely.
“Like most businesses, we have seen firsthand the impact of the pandemic on the local community here in Bolton. Over 80% of our workforce comes from the region and the group’s board of directors wanted to help.