Pavers Foundation helps Stroke Survivors!

The Pavers Foundation, charitable initiative of multi-channel footwear retailer, Pavers has recently made a donation of £720 from the Pavers Foundation to Stroke Survivors Speech and Language Group, to fund 12 speech therapy sessions.

The donation was made on behalf of Anita Paley, Assistant Manager at Pavers in Bridgemere, and her colleagues, following a conversation in store with a customer.

Stroke Survivors Speech and Language Group help those who have suffered strokes in Cheshire East and the surrounding areas to regain their confidence in speech through complementary therapy and support groups. Anita Paley thanked the Foundation for making a difference to this charity in her local community: “Stroke Survivors is a local, volunteer-led charity and they need the support to take the pressure off so they can focus on the care they provide to their patrons, thank you for making this possible”.

Liz Besdon, Founder and Lead Volunteer of Stroke Survivors explained how the donation will help the group to continually provide support for the local community: “We aim to eliminate social isolation for people who are at their most vulnerable whilst providing peer support and practical skills to help them rebuild their confidence and self-esteem, and ultimately to find new ways of communicating”.

The Pavers Foundation is proud to have donated over £1.5million to charity since they were founded in 2018 and continues to make a difference with every pair sold in store, donating 2% of annual profits from the main business to support the work of the Foundation across the UK and beyond.