Energy team's support for Blackpool homeless charity

Tatiana Bentley (middle)  (Utility Aid), Allan Peters (Dispersed Housing Officer at The Ashley Foundation) and Debbie Parr (Volunteer Co-ordinator The Ashley Foundation)
Tatiana Bentley (middle) (Utility Aid), Allan Peters (Dispersed Housing Officer at The Ashley Foundation) and Debbie Parr (Volunteer Co-ordinator The Ashley Foundation)

Energy broker Utility Aid, which has offices in Lancaster House, Amy Johnston Way,  pledged its commitment to Carers Week by volunteering and donating £250 to resort homeless charity The Ashley Foundation.

Tatiana Bentley a call handler at Lancaster House, volunteered for the day with The Ashley Foundation at Elm House, on Derby Road.

Tatiana handed over the donation talks to volunteers and toured the charity’s semi-independent, supported accommodation.

Giles Hankinson, CEO of Utility Aid, said: “Utility Aid has longstanding relationships with many charities across the country, we have witnessed time and again the remarkable work of the teams who help and care for those who need it most.

"We are delighted to make this donation as The Ashley Foundation carries out incredible work, supporting people in the community.”

Lee Dribben, CEO at The Ashley Foundation, said: “We are delighted that Utility Aid choose to support The Ashley Foundation.

Like all charities we rely heavily on the support of our volunteers and we are grateful that Tatiana joined us to assist with our duties.”