The Pavers Foundation, charitable initiative of family-owned and run Pavers, has donated £1,000 to Malborough Amateur Dramatics Society (MAD). The donation was made on behalf of Claire Tapper, Office Co-ordinator at Herring Shoes (a subsidiary of Pavers) who is the volunteer Director of the Society.
The £1,000 donation was used to purchase essential technical equipment including microphones and a monitor, that were intrinsic in producing ‘The Wizard of Oz’ which was in the spotlight over the Christmas season. Claire explained the impact the donation has made on the group: “This grant means the absolute world to everyone, it was so good to be back in the theatre after COVID, thank you so much for making this possible!”.
The Pavers Foundation is delighted to support this charity which is so important to all those in the Herring community, including Jason Simmonds, MD, who’s son and daughter took part in the performance.
The Pavers Foundation continues to make a meaningful impact to charities and causes close to the hearts of its 1500 colleagues, following their amazing £1million donation milestone in the summer of 2021. The Foundation pledges to support causes which are impactful in areas of health, education and community, and has recently embarked on environmental initiatives to improve the green credentials of the business.