Community Involvement

We look beyond the project to see how we can add value to local communities

During a project, communities are our neighbours. Afterwards, they are the end users of the buildings we develop, modify or construct. Our work remains part of the fabric of where they live, long after we have left the site. Working with the local community has always been at the heart of our business.

KrolCorlett also takes an active role in supporting local charities and local people, some causes we support are;

The Owen McVeigh Foundation

Company Director Simon Krol pictured below at the Everest base camp (June 2017).  Simon and the team raised over £5,000 for the Owen Mcveigh foundation. The foundation was founded in 2016 and helps support children who are ill with cancer and their families within the Merseyside area.

 

At the end of May 2018 Simon will be acting as a guide to help 150 people summit Mount Snowden in Wales in another round of fundraising for the Liverpool charity.

BME Inclusive Community Group

I have been directed by the BME Inclusive Community Group to thank you for your attendance and very important contribution you made to the success of their above event on 23.05.2013.

That was part of a whole raft of events organised by the group to highlight which opportunities are available to the members of our community. In doing so we explore and highlight any barriers in the way of accessibility and potential solutions to those barriers. We are grateful that ‘KrolCorlett’ and particularly you can be part of that process.

In a couple of months, there will be a similar event dealing with Crime, Education and Health and Well Being. Information about these will be circulated nearer to the date should you want to attend.

Once again, thank you for your support.

Regards

Niyi.


Tanzania Community Challenge

We recently donated money to sponsor the Tanzania Community Challenge, supported by Liverpool Housing Trust. The Tanzania Community Challenges helps by working on key community building projects including assisting in the building of a community centre, water kiosk, and toilets.

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The Back Up Trust

KrolCorlett were proud sponsors of Alex Krol who recently competed in the Liverpool Triathlon all the funds raised went to the Back-Up Trust which supports people with Spinal Cord Injuries.

The Steve Prescott Foundation

We recently sponsored a staff from Bardon Concrete in their challenge to cycle from John O Groats to Lands End in aid of the Steve Prescott Foundation. Click here to view the photographs from the challenge.