Geberit named CRASH Charity Patron of the Year
The premium bathroom manufacturer received the award for donating the most construction product to homelessness and hospice projects
The premium bathroom manufacturer received the award for donating the most construction product to its homelessness and hospice projects across the country, allowing UK establishments such as Ashgate Hospice to transform their buildings to create places that care for people when they are at their most vulnerable.
As well as donating a range of products such as behind-the-wall solutions to ceramics, Geberit’s team has also taken part in a host of fundraising activity throughout the year, including the Snowdonia Triple Challenge which raised over £3,800.
Brent Hudson, Marketing & Product Director said: ‘We are delighted to be awarded the CRASH Charity Patron of the Year for our donation of Geberit bathroom products to projects across the country. CRASH is a charity which delivers vital work and makes an incredible difference to the lives of so many adults and children, and it is fantastic to be a part of each project and witness the transformation of the space.
‘At Geberit, we are dedicated to supporting a variety of charities and we’re honoured to be a Patron of CRASH Charity. We look forward to continuing our work with the organisation throughout the year.’
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Francesca Roberts, Chief Executive at CRASH said: ‘’Congratulations to all these companies on their well-deserved CRASH awards. Thanks to their expertise and generosity, they have helped, and will continue to help, thousands of people who have been homeless, and children and adults who need end of life care in a hospice.
In the year of this award, CRASH was able to help 44 homelessness and hospice projects, providing professional expertise, construction products and grants worth £916,000. Each of our Patron companies played a huge part in this social impact across the UK. Working together, we transform night shelters, hostels, day centres and hospices, helping some of the most vulnerable people in our society by creating places that care for people.’'