Gordon & MacPhail staff raise over £16,000 for Moray Fresh Start


Gordon & MacPhail, has raised over £16,000 for Moray Fresh Start to help support homeless people in Moray when moving into new tenancies.

The charity, which was nominated by Gordon & MacPhail colleagues to be the company’s chosen charity partner for 2022, dedicates its efforts to supporting homeless people in the local community move into new tenancies providing essential supplies.

James Workman, Chairman of Moray Fresh Start said, “All at Gordon & MacPhail have made an amazing effort over the last year fundraising on behalf of Moray Fresh Start and have donated a whopping £16,203 to our funds. This will help to safeguard our work helping people in Moray to get a good start when they leave temporary accommodation and move into their new tenancies.”

Jodie Clayton, Gordon & MacPhail HR Generalist said,  ‘Supporting local charities is something the team at Gordon & MacPhail is particularly passionate about and we were delighted to raise such a large sum of money for Moray Fresh Start this year. The work Moray Fresh Start does for the local community is vital and makes such a difference to those in need, so we’re honoured to play a small part in helping their services to continue.’

In previous years Gordon & MacPhail has raised £11,000 for Moray Women’s Aid and £12,000 for Abbie’s Sparkle Foundation through various fundraising initiatives such as craft sales, quizzes, and more physical challenges such as climbing Ben Nevis.



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