Community of Purpose (COP), a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to empower people and communities to overcome big challenges, is now collaborating with FCC, a telecom business, and the new partnership has raised so far £1300.
COP’s goal is to work with other change makers in Bristol city and beyond to create sustainable opportunities and effective development.
Our recent cause was “Food poverty in Children” and this time through FCC’s continued support we have been able to work with Youth Moves to challenge holiday hunger in South Bristol.
FCC’s charity golf event has raised £1300 and we could never be more pleased with this support. Seeing all the staff from FCC and other amazing organizations working together to make a difference to the lives of young people was just wonderful.
Amy Kington, CEO of COP said:
“FCC has always been involved in charity causes and this time the company has done an amazing job for us. Thanks to their generous donations and their help to raise COP’s profile we wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for them. Mark Burland, director of FCC, introduced COP to others thanks to his great business network, and we can never be thankful enough for this”.