Environmental Firm Kickstarts New Scheme with Grant to Skipton Children’s Charity

L-R Jessica Aldersley of Comply Direct and Jenny Coonan of The Principle Trust

A pioneering environmental company has launched a scheme to benefit local communities by awarding a £3000 grant to Yorkshire children’s charity, The Principle Trust.

Skipton based environmental consultancy Comply Direct established the scheme to benefit society and the environment; the firm has committed to making available 5% of its annual net profits.

The Principle Trust was nominated by staff at Comply Direct and is among the first charities to benefit from the new grant-giving scheme.

The Trust provides respite breaks for children who are underprivileged, disadvantaged, disabled, have life-limiting conditions, or who have experienced poverty, trauma or abuse.

Director of Talent, Culture and Operations at Comply Direct, Jessica Aldersley said,

“As a market-leading consultancy, we’re committed to supporting organisations which have a significant positive impact on the environment and the local community. By supporting The Principle Trust this grant will provide much-needed respite breaks for local families”

Holiday Coordinator at The Principle Trust, Jenny Coonan said,

“Over the last decade the Trust has helped thousands of disadvantaged, disabled and poorly children to escape their everyday troubles and create valuable, happy memories. The Trust’s 100% donations policy means every penny directly benefits children and their families and we are delighted to be among the first charities to be awarded grant funding from Comply Direct.”

For more information about The Principle Trust visit www.theprincipletrust.co.uk. To nominate a charity for Comply Direct to support, visit www.complydirect.com or contact info@complydirect.com

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