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Swale Heating donates £1,000 to FACES of Kent young carers charity, based in Sittingbourne

14 March 2014
by Chris Price

The largest independent heating installer in the South East has donated £1,000 to a young carers charity.

Swale Heating is supporting the FACES of Kent in 2014, based in Sittingbourne, which helps people from the age of five who look after others in the Swale district.

The charity’s treasurer Stephen Innis said he was delighted to see a local employer like Swale Heating throwing its weight behind charities which do so much good work in the community.

Swale Heating donates £1,000 to FACES of Kent charity, from left, Swale Heating learning and development managerWendy Chiu, FACES of Kent chief executive Sandie Hornby and Swale Heating's Kevin Thomas

Swale Heating donates £1,000 to FACES of Kent charity, from left, Swale Heating learning and development managerWendy Chiu, FACES of Kent chief executive Sandie Hornby and Swale Heating's Kevin Thomas

 

He added: “FACES of Kent is now looking forward to working with Swale Heating on other fundraising initiatives during 2014.”

The company, based in Sittingbourne, employs more than 400 staff.

Swale Heating learning and development manager Wendy Chiu said: “We are committed to making a positive contribution to our local community. We think FACES of Kent is a wonderful charity and the support it provides for young carers in Swale is invaluable.

“Our partnership with charities gives all of our staff a real sense of pride knowing that they are helping local good causes to continue their fantastic and inspirational work.”

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